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Ancestors of David Meade Lawrence (1)

Generation One
1. DAVID MEADE1 LAWRENCE (1) (George, #2)1 is still living.
Generation Two
2. GEORGE MARION2 LAWRENCE (10) (George, #4) is still living.

     Children of George Marion2 Lawrence (10) and Kathleen Marie Yee (11) (see #3) are:
3. KATHLEEN MARIE2 YEE (11) (Charles Kassay, #6)2 is still living.
Generation Three
4. GEORGE WILLIAM FULTON3 LAWRENCE (15) (George, #8) was born on 29 Aug 1913 at Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas.3 He married Frances Marie Robinson (16) (see #5), daughter of Francis Marion Robinson (1292) and Lena Ann Crawford (1006), on 12 Jan 1937 at Bossier City, Bossier, Louisiana.4 He died on 16 May 1997 at Memphis, Tennessee, at age 83.

     Children of George William Fulton3 Lawrence (15) and Frances Marie Robinson (16) (see #5) were as follows:
5. FRANCES MARIE3 ROBINSON (16) (Francis, #10) was born on 28 Mar 1914 at Danville, Bienville, Louisiana.6 She married George William Fulton Lawrence (15) (see #4), son of George Whitfield Lawrence (20) and Freda Felena Fewell (21), on 12 Jan 1937 at Bossier City, Bossier, Louisiana.7 She died on 4 Sep 1990 at Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana, at age 76.
6. CHARLES JAMES3 KASSAY (2044) (Elmer, #12) was born on 11 Feb 1925 at Newark, Essex, New Jersey.8 He married Helen (--?--) (2233). He married Yut Seul Yee (12) (see #7), daughter of Yee Jock Leong (13) and Myrtle Mae Robinson (14), circa 1958 at Whippany, Morris, New Jersey.9 He married Ping Mey Tsou (2049) on 20 Feb 1983 at Cooper's Mills, Kennebec, Maine.10 He died on 10 Mar 1999 at Augusta, Maine, at age 74.

     Children of Charles James3 Kassay (2044) and Yut Seul Yee (12) (see #7) are:
7. YUT SEUL3 YEE (12) (Jock, #14)11 was born on 5 Nov 1920 at 404 West 3rd Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.12 She married Charles James Kassay (2044) (see #6), son of Elmer Kassay (2046) and Rhoda Anthony (2045), circa 1958 at Whippany, Morris, New Jersey.13 She died on 12 Jun 1979 at Coopers Mills, Kennebec, Maine, at age 58.14
     She was also known as Jackson (12).
     Yut Seul Yee (12) lived in between 5 Nov 1920 and 17 Mar 1926 at 404 West 3rd Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.15
     Yut Seul Yee (12) lived in on 28 Aug 1936 at 318 West 3rd Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.16
     Yut Seul Yee (12) lived in on 4 Dec 1936 at 510 Jackson Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.17
     Yutseul Jackson played in the first violins of the Julienne Orchestra at the senior play, "It's a Ming." on 17 Jan 1937 at Julienne High School, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.18
     Yut Seul Yee (12) lived in on 6 May 1942 at 9 Hartford Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.19
Generation Four
8. GEORGE WHITFIELD4 LAWRENCE (20) (William, #16) was born on 27 Dec 1877 at Sibley (Sibleyville), Lawrence, Kansas.20 He married Freda Felena Fewell (21) (see #9), daughter of James F. Fewell (1628) and Maggie Wilson (1629), on 30 Aug 1912 at Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas.21 He died on 30 Sep 1960 at Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana, at age 82.22

     Children of George Whitfield4 Lawrence (20) and Freda Felena Fewell (21) (see #9) both born at Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, were as follows:
9. FREDA FELENA4 FEWELL (21) (James, #18) was born on 2 Feb 1894 at Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas.26 She married George Whitfield Lawrence (20) (see #8), son of William Lawrence (23) and Augusta Lawrence (192), on 30 Aug 1912 at Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas.27 She died on 5 Jun 1978 at Mooringsport, Caddo, Louisiana, at age 84.
10. FRANCIS MARION4 ROBINSON (1292) (Joseph, #20) was born on 22 Sep 1884 at Danville, Bienville, Louisiana. He married Lena Ann Crawford (1006) (see #11), daughter of Robert David Crawford (1001) and Martha Jane Moore (1002), on 16 Feb 1912 at Coushatta, Red River, Louisiana. He died on 13 Nov 1968 at Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana, at age 84.
     Francis Marion Robinson and Lena Ann Crawford were married 16 Feb 1912 in Coushatta, Red River, Louisiana. Witnesses at their marriage were DeWitt Robinson and Sadie Crawford. Lena Ann's parents were Robert D. Crawford and Martha Jane Moore; she was born in Love's Lake, Red River, Louisiana. They had seven children. {#13}-- From family records.

     Children of Francis Marion4 Robinson (1292) and Lena Ann Crawford (1006) (see #11) were as follows:
11. LENA ANN4 CRAWFORD (1006) (Robert, #22) was born on 6 Oct 1890 at Love's Lake, Red River, Louisiana. She married Francis Marion Robinson (1292) (see #10), son of Joseph Marion Robinson (959) and Frances Izora Mixon (1144), on 16 Feb 1912 at Coushatta, Red River, Louisiana. She died on 2 Feb 1968 at Haynesville, Claiborne, Louisiana, at age 77.
12. ELMER4 KASSAY (2046) died at Newark, Essex, New Jersey.

     Children of Elmer4 Kassay (2046) and Rhoda Anthony (2045) (see #13) were:
13. RHODA4 ANTHONY (2045) (Arthur, #26) died at Newark, Essex, New Jersey.
14. YEE JOCK LEONG4 (13) (Kim, #28)30 was born on 15 Jan 1884 at 741 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA.31 Yee Jock Leong's birth certificate, which was issued by the Office of the County Recorder, Hall of Records, City and County of San Francisco, says he was born on 15 January 1884. However, other testimony in the Chinese Exclusion Act files indicates that he was born K.S. 10th year, 1st month, 15th day. K.S. 10, or the 10th year of Emperor Kwang Sui, is in 1884, but according to the Chinese calendar, the 15th day of the first month would translate to February 11 on the Julian Calendar.32 He married Dong Shee (3241) on 24 Dec 1905 at Jew Kee Village, Sun Ning District, Quangdong, China.33 He married Myrtle Mae Robinson (14) (see #15), daughter of Katherine Scott (29) and Hannah M. Robinson (30), on 17 Dec 1915.34 He died on 4 Dec 1936 at Dayton, Mongtomery, Ohio, at age 52.35
     Yee Jock Leong (13) was buried on 7 Dec 1936 at Calvary Cemetery, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.36
     He was also known as Yee Deng Lei (13) The name, in English and Mandarin, is listed on business or calling cards found among my great-grandfather's effects.37
      He was also known as Yee Jack Son (13) The name, in English and Mandarin, is listed on business or calling cards found among my great-grandfather's effects.38 Yee Kim Wo held a shaving ceremony for Yee Jock Leong shortly after his birth. The ceremony was held at Hom Fa Lau Restaurant in San Francisco.39 Yee Kim Wo, Wong Shee and Yee Jock Leong departed San Francisco for China via the S.S. Gaelic circa October 1886.40 In October 1899, Ow Young You visited Yee Jock Leong and his family at their home in Lee Yin Village, Sun Ning District, China.41 Yee Jock Leong returned to the United States via the Port of San Francisco in 1903. His ship, the S.S. American Maru, arrived at the Port of San Francisco on 17 August 1903. Yee Jock Leong arrived with a certificate of identification. His ticket number was 35. The notes indicate that he is the son of a merchant and a native of San Francisco.
     Yee Jock Leong said he came to the United States "to study English and to learn to transact business.".42 Between 17 August 1903 and 22 August 1903, Yee Jock Leong was detained on board the S.S. American Maru at the Port of San Fransisco while awaiting permission to enter the United States.43
      As of 18 Aug 1903, he was also known as Yee Dock Leong (13).44 Yee Jock Leong was ordered landed at the Port of San Francisco on 22 August 1903 from the S.S. American Maru. Chinese Bureau inspectors Charles Mehan and W.E. Thompson and Commissioner of Immigration H.H. [?]orth signed the certificates approving entry.45 On 24 August 1903, Immigration officials in San Francisco sought permission to make a copy of the O. Young You affidavit on behalf of Yee Jock Leong.46 On 25 August 1903, Yee Jock Leong delivered the copy of the ticket giving him permission to land to the Chinese Bureau offices in San Francisco.47 Yee Jock Leong obtained a birth certificate.48 Yee Jock Leong departed from San Francisco on the steamer S.S. Siberia.49
      As of 29 Apr 1908, he was also known as Jack Leong Yee (13).50 Yee Jock Leong arrived at the Port of San Francisco on 29 April 1908 from the S.S. Korea. The note indicated that he is a native [of the United States] and that his had ticket No. 152.51 On 30 April 1908, Yee Him Wah, a resident of San Francisco, was served with a subpoena in the investigation of Yee Jock Leong's citizenship status.52 Yee Jock Leong was ordered landed at the Port of San Francisco on 1 May 1908 from the S.S. Korea. His ticket number was 152. The notes indicate that is a native. Inspectors Jno. Endicott Anderson, [J.?] M. Crawford and [M.T.?] Boyce all signed the certificate approving entry.53 The records of the 1903 investigation regarding Yee Jock Leong's right to enter the United States were forwarded to the inspectors on his 1908 arrival.54
      As of circa 1914, he was also known as Yee Ong Lai (13).55
      As of circa 1914, he was also known as Yee Dung Lai (13).56
     Yee Jock Leong (13) lived in between 4 Apr 1914 and 3 Jun 1914 at Yee Jock Leong, 438 Main Street, Irwin, Westmoreland, Pennyslvania, USA.57 L.B. Spaun, of the Office of Inspector in Charge with the Department of Commerce and Labor, Immigration Service, reported favorably upon Yee Jock Leong's request for a pre-investigation of his citizenship status on 14 April 1914. Spaun agreed with Yee Jock Leong's assertion that he was an American citizen.58 On 14 April 1914, Yee Jock Leong applied for a pre-investigation of his citizenship status in preparation for a trip to China. The application was filed with the Office of Inspector in Charge, Department of Commcerce and Labor, Immigration Service, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.59 The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Office of the Inspector in Charge, Department of Commerce and Labor, Immigration Service, forward the report of the investigation of Yee Jock Leong's immigration status to the Commissioner of Immigration in San Francisco, California, on 28 May 1914.60
     Yee Jock Leong (13) lived in on 1 Jun 1914 at Yee Jock Leong, Irwin, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, USA.61 Archived documents required by the investigation of Yee Jock Leong's immigration status were forwarded to the Commissioner of Immigration in San Francisco, California, on 2 June 1914.62 W.E. Walsh in the Law Section approved L.B. Spaun's finding that Yee Jock Leong was an American citizen on 2 June 1914.63 Charles Mehan forwarded L.B. Spaun's report on the investigation into Yee Jock Leong's citizenship status to the Law Section of the Immigration Service.64 Commissioner of Immigration Samuel W. Backus gave the final approval of L.B. Spaun's finding that Yee Jock Leong was an American citizen on 3 June 1914. Form 430 was mailed to Yee Jock Leong in Irwin, Pennsylvania.65
     Yee Jock Leong (13) emigrated on 25 Jun 1914 from S.S. Siberia, Port of San Francisco, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA.66
     Yee Jock Leong (13) was a laundry owner on 14 Aug 1914 at 438 Main Street, Irwin, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, USA.67 On 1 September 1914, while in Diehai Village, Sun Ning District, China, Yee Jock Leong wrote W.W. Sibray to request assistance in getting his wife, Dong Shee, and son, Yee Kee Quon, into the United States upon his planned return in November 1914.68 On 20 October 1914, L.B. Spaun forwarded Yee Jock Leong's letter to W.W. Sibray to the E.E. Grunawalt, Commissioner of Immigration, Goucester City, New Jersey.69 On 21 October 1914, E.E. Grunawalt forwarded Yee Jock Leong's letter to W.W. Sibray to the Commissioner of Immigration, San Francisco, California.70
     Yee Jock Leong (13) emigrated on 1 Jun 1915 from S.S. Siberia, Hong Kong, China.71 Yee Jock Leong crossed the Pacific Ocean from Hong Kong to San Francisco on board the S.S. Siberia from 1 June 1915 to 29 June 1915.72 Yee Jock Leong returned to San Francisco from China via the steamer S.S. Siberia. The Siberia arrived at the Port of San Francisco on 29 June 1915.73 In an identification card application dated 29 June 1915, Yee Jock Leong was described to be 5 feet, 2-1/2 inches tall, with a large flesh mole in front of his right ear.74 Yee Jock Leong filed his application for an identification card on 1 July 1915 from the S.S. Siberia at the Port of San Francisco.75
     Yee Jock Leong (13) was a laundry owner on 1 Jul 1915 at Irwin, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, USA.76 Yee Jock Leong was given permission to land from the S.S. Siberia at the Port of San Francisco on 2 July 1915.77
     Yee Jock Leong (13) was a laundry man between 1916 and 4 Dec 1936 at 318 West 3rd Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.78
      As of between 1920 and 1936, he was also known as Yee Jackson (13).79
     Yee Jock Leong (13) lived in between 5 Nov 1920 and 17 Mar 1926 at 404 West 3rd Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.80
     Yee Jock Leong (13) lived in on 28 Aug 1936 at 10242 Vincennes Ave., Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA.81
     Yee Jock Leong (13) lived in on 4 Dec 1936 at 510 Jackson Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.82

     Children of Yee Jock Leong4 (13) and Myrtle Mae Robinson (14) (see #15) all born at 404 West 3rd Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA, were as follows:
15. MYRTLE MAE4 ROBINSON (14) (Katherine Scott, #30)96 was born in 1892 at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California.97 She married Yee Jock Leong (13) (see #14), son of Yee Kim Wo (24) and Wong Shee (25), on 17 Dec 1915.98 She married Patrick Mitchell (26) before 6 May 1942 at Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.99 She died on 16 Oct 1959 at Islip, Suffolk, New York.100
     Myrtle Mae Robinson (14) was graduated on 24 Jun 1910 at Ann Arbor High School, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Michigan.101
     Myrtle Mae Robinson (14) lived in between 5 Nov 1920 and 17 Mar 1926 at 404 W. 3rd Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.102
     Myrtle Mae Robinson (14) lived in on 28 Aug 1936 at 318 W. 3rd Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.103
     Myrtle Mae Robinson (14) lived in on 4 Dec 1936 at 510 Jackson Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.104
     Myrtle Mae Robinson (14) lived in on 6 May 1942 at 9 Hartford Street, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio, USA.105
Generation Five
16. WILLIAM5 LAWRENCE (23) (David, #32) was born on 9 Mar 1823 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York.106 He married Augusta Lawrence (192) (see #17), daughter of Jonathan Gleason Lawrence (45) and Maria Heustis (163), on 5 Dec 1860 at Saratoga, New York.107 He died on 12 Mar 1884 at Vinland, Douglas, Kansas, at age 61.108
     He was a Farmer.
     William Lawrence was born on Sunday, 9 Mar 1823. He married Augusta Lawrence in December 1860. 'Baby D,' son of William and Augusta Lawrence, died on 2 Sep 1869 aged four months and 17 days. Only one child living in 1877, Estella, aged 14 now. Address Lawrence, Kansas, Box 1135.109
     William Lawrence bought a farm in Wakarusa Township, Douglas County, Kansas from Nancy C. Marcy and husband on 9 October 1869. The location of the farm is given as SE 1/4, Section 28, T13N, R20E. The farm is just catecorner to Sibley Station, formerly Sibleyville, Kansas. Nearby is Blue Mound School No. 29, which their children George and Estella (and probably Howard Irvin), attended.
     The deed says that William Lawrence was from Stillwater, Saratoga County, New York.
     -- David M. Lawrence.
     Children of William5 Lawrence (23) and Augusta Lawrence (192) (see #17) were as follows:
17. AUGUSTA5 LAWRENCE (192) (Jonathan, #34) was born on 21 Dec 1839 at Penfield, Monroe, New York.120 She married William Lawrence (23) (see #16), son of David Rathbun Lawrence (35) and Sarah Mott (36), on 5 Dec 1860 at Saratoga, New York.121 She died on 19 May 1926 at Monroe, Ouachita, Louisiana, at age 86.122
     She was born on Tuesday, 21 Dec 1839. She died at 2:05 p.m. on Wednesday, 19 May 1926, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.M. Marshall, in Monroe, LA. She is buried at Riverside Cemetary.123
     Concerning her family history, Augusta wrote to her under date Feb. 22, 1910, to her son, Geo. W., as follows:
     "Of course I cannot tell so very much for I was separated from my immediate family when less than four years of age. My sister, Mary, was the oldest girl when mother died, about sixteen years old, and she took care of us all for about six or eight months then father took Henrietta and George Washington down to Saratoga County and gave us out to different aunts and uncles who raised us. We were not widely separated so knew each other better than we did the rest.
     "When your father, Stella (her daughter) and myself went from Saratoga to Kansas we stopped in Fairport N.Y. and visited Mary and Phebe who were married and settled there, living in the same house, a double one. We were there two weeks, (Stella having fallen sick on the way there) so became pretty well acquainted. Mary's husband was a Scotchman and worked on the railroad, a trackman. She married when about 40 years old I think. He seemed very proud of her and made a very kind husband but died not very long after we were there. Sister Phebe and her husband, Alanthon Pepper, have both died since, leaving their daughter, Alice, all alone since her father's sister and mother's sister both died in Jan. last.".124
18. JAMES F.5 FEWELL (1628) was born in Jul 1859 at Mississippi. He married Maggie Wilson (1629) (see #19) on 24 Dec 1885 at Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas.125 He died circa 25 Dec 1931 at Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas.
     James F. Fewell (1628) was a Carpenter.
     Children of James F.5 Fewell (1628) and Maggie Wilson (1629) (see #19) were as follows:
19. MAGGIE5 WILSON (1629) was born on 26 Jul 1866 at Jacksonville, Pulaski, Arkansas. She married James F. Fewell (1628) (see #18) on 24 Dec 1885 at Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas.128 She died on 5 Nov 1966 at Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana, at age 100.
20. JOSEPH MARION5 ROBINSON (959) (James, #40) was born on 4 Sep 1856 at Tupelo, Lee, Mississippi. He married Frances Izora Mixon (1144) (see #21), daughter of Obediah Zechariah Mixon (1092) and Mary Vienna Page (1114), on 12 Jan 1882 at Bienville, Louisiana. He died on 20 Jan 1916 at Danville, Bienville, Louisiana, at age 59.
     Joseph Marion Robinson, born on September 5, 1856, at Tupelo in Lee County, Mississippi (8), married Frances Izora Mixon on 12 Jan 1882 at Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana (8). He was one of the original elected officials of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church when the church building was erected in 1892 (13). He died on 20 Jan 1916 and was buried in the cemetary at Danville, Bienville Parish, Louisiana.
     Children of Joseph Marion5 Robinson (959) and Frances Izora Mixon (1144) (see #21) were as follows:
21. FRANCES IZORA5 MIXON (1144) (Obediah, #42) was born on 19 Nov 1858 at Amite, Mississippi. She married Joseph Marion Robinson (959) (see #20), son of James Simpson Robinson (905) and Julia Ann Lawrence (906), on 12 Jan 1882 at Bienville, Louisiana. She died on 14 Feb 1925 at Danville, Bienville, Louisiana, at age 66.
     Frances Izora Mixon was born on 19 Nov 1858 in Amite County, Mississippi. She married Joseph Marion Robinson on 12 Jan 1882 at Friendship, Bienville Parish, Louisiana (5). She died in Bienville Parish on 14 Feb 1925 and was buried at Danville, Bienville Parish, Louisiana.

22. ROBERT DAVID5 CRAWFORD (1001) (John, #44) was born on 9 Jul 1862 at Bienville, Louisiana. He married Martha Jane Moore (1002) (see #23), daughter of George Wright Moore (1718) and Eliza Jane Giddens (1719). He died on 5 Aug 1931 at East Point, Red River, Louisiana, at age 69.

     Children of Robert David5 Crawford (1001) and Martha Jane Moore (1002) (see #23) were as follows:
23. MARTHA JANE5 MOORE (1002) (George, #46) was born on 23 May 1869 at Bienville, Louisiana. She married Robert David Crawford (1001) (see #22), son of John Brice Crawford (963) and Ruth Anne Allison (974). She died on 6 Jan 1966 at East Point, Red River, Louisiana, at age 96.
26. ARTHUR5 ANTHONY (2047) died.

     Children of Arthur5 Anthony (2047) and Flora Leftie (2048) (see #27) were:
27. FLORA5 LEFTIE (2048) died.
28. YEE KIM WO5 (24) was born circa 1850 at China.129 He married Wong Shee (25) (see #29) before 15 Jan 1884.130 He died after 14 Apr 1914 at Lee Yin Village, Sun Ning District, Quangdong, China.131
     Yee Kim Wo (24) immigrated circa 1876 to San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA.132
     Yee Kim Wo (24) was a merchant between 1876 and 1906 at San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA.133 Quong Hing Lung & Company, where Yee Kim Wo worked in 1884, was a general merchandise store. It was located at 741 Sacramento Street, San Francisco.134 Yee Kim Wo held a shaving ceremony for Yee Jock Leong shortly after his birth. The ceremony was held at Hom Fa Lau Restaurant in San Francisco.135 Yee Kim Wo, Wong Shee and Yee Jock Leong departed San Francisco for China via the S.S. Gaelic circa October 1886.136 Yee Kim Wo returned to San Francisco from China via the S.S. Gaelic circa October 1887.137 Yee Kim Wo departed San Francisco for China via the S.S. Gaelic on 7 December 1891.138
      As of 7 Dec 1891, he was also known as Yee Ging Wo (24).139 Yee Kim Wo returned to San Francisco from China via the S.S. China. The Chinese passenger list contains an entry for a Yee Ging Wah, male, age 45. His certificate was No. 121, and apparently there was an affidavit identifying him as a merchant. His last residence in the United States was given as Oakland, California.140 The list of Chinese passengers on the S.S. China seems to indicate that Yee Ging Wah was ordered landed at San Francisco on 11 June 1895. Some other bits are illegible.141 Yee Kim Wo joined the firm of Kow Kee Jan & Company in San Francisco circa 1900.142 Yee Kim Wo was listed as a partner in the firm of Kow Kee Jan & Company in San Francisco. The company was a seller of general merchandise. His investment in the company was listed as $1,000.143
      As of 18 Aug 1903, he was also known as Yee King Wo (24).144 Yee Jock Leong said his father was in business at Kow Kee Jan & Company in San Francisco.145
      As of 21 Aug 1903, he was also known as Yee Jock Leung (24).146 Yee Kim Wo said he was a buyer and salesman for Kow Kee Jan & Company in San Francisco. The company was a seller of general merchandise. He said he was listed as a partner in the firm and that his investment in the company was $1,000.147 Yee Kim Wo was listed as a partner in the firm of Kow Kee Jan & Company in San Francisco, a seller of general merchandise. His investment in the company was listed as $500.148
     Yee Kim Wo (24) emigrated in 1906 from San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA.149
     Yee Kim Wo (24) and Wong Shee (25) lived in between 14 Apr 1914 and 29 Jun 1915 at Lee Yuen Village, Sun Ning District, Quangdong, China.150
      As of between 14 Apr 1914 and 29 Jun 1915, he was also known as Yee Hong Wo (24).151

     Children of Yee Kim Wo5 (24) and Wong Shee (25) (see #29) were as follows:
29. WONG SHEE5 (25) was born at China.163 She married Yee Kim Wo (24) (see #28) before 15 Jan 1884.164 She died after 14 Apr 1914 at Lee Yin Village, Sun Ning District, Quangdong, China.165
     Yee Kim Wo, Wong Shee and Yee Jock Leong departed San Francisco for China via the S.S. Gaelic circa October 1886.166
     Wong Shee (25) lived in on 18 Aug 1903 at Lee Yin Village, Sun Ning District, Quangdong, China.167 Wong Shee was described as a "rather slim" natural-footed (not bound-footed) woman. Yee Kim Wo said she was "neither stout nor slim.".168
     Wong Shee (25) and Yee Kim Wo (24) lived in between 14 Apr 1914 and 29 Jun 1915 at Lee Yuen Village, Sun Ning District, Quangdong, China.169
30. KATHERINE5 SCOTT (29) died on 1 Jun 1902 at Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Michigan.170

     Children of Katherine5 Scott (29) and Hannah M. Robinson (30) (see #31) were:
31. HANNAH M.5 ROBINSON (30) died on 31 May 1907 at Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Michigan.171
     Hannah M. Robinson (30) lived in at 629 N 4th Ave, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, Michigan.172
Generation Six
32. DAVID RATHBUN6 LAWRENCE (35) (David, #64) was born on 11 Nov 1789 at North East, Dutchess, New York.173 He married Sarah Mott (36) (see #33), daughter of Zebulon Mott (1534) and Rebecca Smith (1545), on 1 Sep 1820 at Saratoga, New York.174 He married Charlotte Bull (385), daughter of John D. Bull (383) and Lydia Lawrence (382), on 5 Mar 1831 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York.175 He married Eliza Gillespie (461), daughter of Eliza Gillespie (462), on 28 Feb 1833.176 He died on 21 Feb 1868 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York, at age 78.177
     David Rathbun Lawrence (35) was a Farmer.178
     David R. Lawrence was born at North East, Dutchess County, NY, on Wednesday, 11 Nov 1789. He married Sarah, sister of Gen. John Mott and daughter of Zebulon Mott of Halfmoon, on 5 Sep 1820. Sarah Mott was born on Saturday, 9 Feb 1799, and died on Sunday, 17 May 1829, aged 30 years. She is buried near Gen. Mott.
     David R. Lawrence married 2nd, widow Charlotte Bull Bird, daughter of Chauncey Bull (or else the daughter of Dr. John D. Bull), on Saturday, 5 Mar 1831. She died of bleeding at the lungs on Friday evening, 22 Jun 1832, aged 40 years. She is buried beside David R. Lawrence in the new cemetary at Stillwater (St. Peter's cemetary along U.S. Hwy. 4 -- D.M.L.).
     David R. Lawrence married 3rd, Eliza Gillespie on Thursday, 28 Feb 1833. She was born on Tuesday, 22 Nov 1796 and died 20 (or 25) Oct 1869. Her mother, Eliza Gillespie, died Thursday 17 May 1855. Mrs. Eliza Lawrence is buried beside David R. Lawrence.
     David R. Lawrence died at Stillwater on 21 Feb 1868, aged 78 years. He was interred in the new Stillwater cemetary a mile above (??) the village on a part of ground nearest the Hudson. (Visited it Sept. 4th, 1874 -- J.K. Porter.) The inscription reads, "David R. Lawrence; died Feby. 21, 1868 aged 78 years, 3 months & 10 days.".179
     DAVID R. LAWRENCE was born at North East, Wednesday, Nov. 11th, 1789. He married Sept. 5th, 1820, Sarah, sister of Gen. John Mott and daughter of Zebulon Mott of Halfmoon, who was born Saturday, Feb. 9, 1799 and died Sunday, May 17th, 1829 aged thirty years. She is buried near Gen. Mott.
     Their son, William Lawrence, was born Sunday, March 9th, 1823. He married Augusta Lawrence in December, 1860. "Baby D", son of William and Augusta Lawrence, died Sept. 2nd, 1869, aged four months and seventeen days. Only one child living in 1877, Estella, aged fourteen now. Address Lawrence, Kansas, Box 1135."
     ZEBULON MOTT LAWRENCE was born Tuesday, Oct. 19th, 1824. His son John Porter Lawrence, was born in 1858 at Richland, Holmes Co., Mississippi.
     David R. Lawrence married, 2nd. widow Charlotte BIrd, daughter of Chauncy Bull, Saturday, March 5th, 1831. She died of bleeding at the lungs, Friday evening, June 22nd, aged forty years. She is buried beside her husband in the new cemetery at Stillwater.
     David R. Lawrence married, 3rd. Eliza Gillespie, Thursday, Feb. 28th, 1833. She was born Tuesday, Nov. 22nd, 1796 and died Oct. 20, (25th) 1869. Her mother, Eliza Gillespie, died Thursday, May 17th, 1855. Mrs. Eliza Lawrence is buried beside her husband.
     David R. Lawrence died at Stillwater, Feb. 21st, 1868, aged 78 years. He was interred in the Stillwater new cemetery a mile above the village on a part of the ground nearest the Hudson. (Visited it Sept. 4th. 1874 - J.K.P.) Inscription. "David R. Lawrence; died Feby. 21, 1868 aged 78 years, 3 months & 10 days."
     JONATHAN G. LAWRENCE was born at Stillwater, Monday, March 23rd, 1795 and died in 1869, aged 74 years. His daughter, Augusta, wife of William Lawrence, was born Tuesday, Dec. 21st 1839. She died 2:05 P.M., Wednesday, May 29th, 1926, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Marshall, Monroe, La., in Riverside Cemetery.180

     Children of David Rathbun6 Lawrence (35) and Sarah Mott (36) (see #33) both born at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York, were as follows:
33. SARAH6 MOTT (36) (Zebulon, #66) was born on 9 Feb 1799 at Half-Moon, Saratoga, New York.184 She married David Rathbun Lawrence (35) (see #32), son of David Lawrence (38) and Abigail Birch (39), on 1 Sep 1820 at Saratoga, New York.185 She died on 17 May 1829 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York, at age 30.186
34. JONATHAN GLEASON6 LAWRENCE (45) (David, #64) was born on 23 Mar 1795 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York.187 He married Maria Heustis (163) (see #35), daughter of Lott Huestis (1560) and Tamar Hains (1561), in 1823 at Saratoga, New York.188 He died in Aug 1869 at Fairport, Monroe, New York, at age 74.189
     He was the fourth son and seventh child of David and Abigail Birch Lawrence. He was born at Stillwater, Saratoga County, NY, on 23 Mar 1795. He married Maria Heustis. He died at Fairport, NY, in 1869 and is buried there.190

     Children of Jonathan Gleason6 Lawrence (45) and Maria Heustis (163) (see #35) were as follows:
35. MARIA6 HEUSTIS (163) (Lott Huestis, #70) was born in 1807 at Westchester, New York.220 She married Jonathan Gleason Lawrence (45) (see #34), son of David Lawrence (38) and Abigail Birch (39), in 1823 at Saratoga, New York.221 She died in 1843 at Penfield, Monroe, New York.
40. JAMES SIMPSON6 ROBINSON (905) (Augustin, #80) was born on 17 Feb 1821 at Smith, Tennessee. He married Julia Ann Lawrence (906) (see #41), daughter of James Lawrence (923), on 2 Apr 1846 at Itawamba, Mississippi.222 He died on 10 May 1890 at Wyatt, Jackson, Louisiana, at age 69.
     James Simpson Robinson was born on 17 Feb 1821 in Smith County, Tennessee. He moved with his family to Itawamba County, Mississippi, before or during 1838. On 2 Apr 1846 he married Julia Ann Lawrence in Itawamba County, Mississippi (10). They were shown in the census of 1850 in Itawamba County. James S. and Julia L. Robinson moved with his family in about January 1861 to Louisiana and settled in Jackson Parish just before the start of the Civil War. Josiah Robinson, the brother of James Simpson Robinson, settled in Jackson Parish before James. James Simpson Robinson later moved his family to Bienville Parish, Louisiana, and settled on the 'Old Grey Plantation' (8). The family was included in the 1880 census of Bienville Parish. The family later moved to another farm in Bienville Parish which became the property later (by homesteading) of his son John Simpson Robinson after the death of James Simpson (9). James Simpson Robinson died on 10 May 1890 and was buried in the Siloam Springs Cemetary in Jackson Parish, Louisiana (12). The cemetary is located two miles northeast of Wyatt, Louisiana (12). One proceeds toward the cemetary northeast of Wyatt on Louisiana Highway 505, then turns right after going one mile to Louisiana Highway 809. After traveling about one mile on this highway one reaches the church cemetary.
     Children of James Simpson6 Robinson (905) and Julia Ann Lawrence (906) (see #41) were as follows:
41. JULIA ANN6 LAWRENCE (906) (James, #82) was born on 2 Jul 1828 at Alabama. She married James Simpson Robinson (905) (see #40), son of Augustin Robinson (887) and Rachel Simpson (888), on 2 Apr 1846 at Itawamba, Mississippi.223 She died on 10 Aug 1901 at Wyatt, Jackson, Louisiana, at age 73.
42. OBEDIAH ZECHARIAH6 MIXON (1092) (Benjamin, #84) was born on 22 Jun 1821 at Washington, Louisiana. He married Mary Vienna Page (1114) (see #43), daughter of John Washington Page (1636) and Tabitha Strother (1637), on 13 Mar 1845 at Liberty, Amite, Mississippi. He died on 6 Oct 1904 at Bienville, Louisiana, at age 83.
     Obediah Z. Mixon was born on 22 Jun 1821 in Washington Parish, Louisiana (4). He married Mary Vienna (or Vianna) Page on 13 Mar 1845 at Liberty (Amite County), Mississippi. The marriage was performed by John Richmond, Justice of Peace (7). The marriage bond of $200 was made between John W. Page and Obid Z. Mixon (7). Obediah Mixon was a farmer. He is listed with his wife and three children in the 1850 census of Amite County (4). Obed Z. Mixon and Vienna Mixon became members of the Baptist Church of Christ at Jerusalem in Amite County (3, 4). This church was established on 29 Feb 1812. The Jerusalem church was in the southern part of Amite County near the present town of Gillsburg. O. Z. Mixon was a delegate to the Mississippi River Baptist Association in 1858, 1859, and 1865 (3). In the census of 1860 Obed Z. Mixon was listed in Amite County. Obediah Mixon enlisted in the Confederate Army on 12 July 1862. He served as a corporal in Company C, Second Mississippi Infantry during the Civil Wat (3, 5). He fought at the Battle of Chickamauga Creek near Lookout Mountain and was wounded there (5). Obediah Mixon and his wife and family moved to Friendship in Bienville Parish, Louisiana, in 1867 (5). A post office was established at Friendship on 9 Jun 1875. Obediah Mixon served as its third postmaster, from 23 Dec 1880 to 28 Jan 1886. He died on 6 Oct 1904 in Bienville Parish, Louisiana, and was buried at Friendship Cemetery (5). The children of Obediah and Vienna Mixon were: Charles Lee, Martha J., Tabitha, George, Edwin Alonzo, Marcellina, Frances Izora, Lou Ella, Emily, Rozella and Benjamin Haydad (1, 5, 6).
     Children of Obediah Zechariah6 Mixon (1092) and Mary Vienna Page (1114) (see #43) were as follows:
43. MARY VIENNA6 PAGE (1114) (John, #86) was born on 31 Jan 1827 at Amite, Mississippi. She married Obediah Zechariah Mixon (1092) (see #42), son of Benjamin Hadad Mixon (1090) and Elizabeth A. Wall (1091), on 13 Mar 1845 at Liberty, Amite, Mississippi. She died on 8 Mar 1886 at Bienville, Louisiana, at age 59.
44. JOHN BRICE6 CRAWFORD (963) (Peter, #88) was born on 23 Apr 1810 at South Carolina. He married Ruth Anne Allison (974) (see #45) circa 1831. He died on 29 Jul 1876 at Bienville, Louisiana, at age 66.

     Children of John Brice6 Crawford (963) and Ruth Anne Allison (974) (see #45) were as follows:
45. RUTH ANNE6 ALLISON (974) was born on 6 Mar 1818 at South Carolina. She married John Brice Crawford (963) (see #44), son of Peter Crawford (960) and Elizabeth Loveless (961), circa 1831. She died on 24 Jan 1886 at Bienville, Louisiana, at age 67.
46. GEORGE WRIGHT6 MOORE (1718) (George, #92) was born on 8 Jan 1831 at South Carolina. He married Eliza Jane Giddens (1719) (see #47), daughter of Jacob Giddins (1722) and Eliza Waters (1723), on 31 Mar 1853 at Barbour, Alabama.229 He died on 29 Oct 1882 at Red River, Louisiana, at age 51.

     Children of George Wright6 Moore (1718) and Eliza Jane Giddens (1719) (see #47) were as follows:
47. ELIZA JANE6 GIDDENS (1719) (Jacob Giddins, #94) was born on 11 Apr 1836 at North Carolina. She married George Wright Moore (1718) (see #46), son of George Wright Moore (2050) and Polly (--?--) (2051), on 31 Mar 1853 at Barbour, Alabama.230 She died on 28 Dec 1928 at Bienville, Louisiana, at age 92.
Generation Seven
64. DAVID7 LAWRENCE (38) (Uriah, #128) was born on 1 Jan 1747/48 at Of North East, Dutchess, New York.231 He married Abigail Birch (39) (see #65), daughter of Joshua Birch (459) and Abigail Udall (460), on 2 Jan 1777 at North East, Dutchess, New York.232 He died on 13 May 1834 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York, at age 86.233
     David Lawrence (38) was a Farmer.

     He was the second son and the third child of Uriah and Mary Clark Lawrence. He was born at North East, Dutchess County, New York, 1st January, 1748. (Uriah Lawrence's family Bible. A.B. Reed, Mansfield, Ct.)
     He married Abigail Birch, 2nd January, 1777. He served in the militia force during the American Revolution and signed the "General Association" in June, 1775. He removed to Stillwater, Saratoga County, N.Y. soon after 1790 and died there 13th May, 1834. He is buried in the Old Baptist Church, or Hicks Burying Ground, four and a half miles from Bemis Heights and three and a half miles from his old residence. The inscription on his tombstone is, "Sacred to the memory of David Lawrence who departed this live May 13th, 1834, in the 87th year of his age." (Memoranda left by his grandson, John K. Porter.)
     He deeded to his brother, Martin Lawrence, thirty acres of land in North East, 24th December, 1790. (Real estate records of Dutchess Co.,N.Y., Miber 17,p.554.).234 FAMILY OF DAVID LAWRENCE
     David Lawrence was born 1st. January, 1748. He married Abigail, daughter of Joshua and Abigail Udall Birch, 2nd January, 1777. He resided in the town of North East, Dutchess, N.Y., until about 1790, and removed to land he had purchased near the village of Stillwater, N.Y. He died 13th May, 1834 and is buried in the Baptist Churchyard a mile or two north-west of his farm.
     Children of David and Abigail Birch Lawrence:
     Mary, born 17th Oct. 1777, died March 13 1779
     William C., born 11th March, 1779, died unmarried 17th October 1817
     Mary, born 10th November, 1780, married Elijah Porter 12th March, 1801, died 2nd March, 1845
     Lionel Udall, born 24th March, 1782; married his cousin, Ann Phillips. Lived at Hudson, N.Y., died childless 30th July, 1844.
     Laura, born 9th Nov. 1784, married Conrad Cramer. Died 27th April, 1852. Left descendants. Charles C. Ormsby is a grandson, living at Waterford, N.Y.
     David R., born 11th Nov. 1789, died 21st Feb. 1768. Resided at the Stillwater farm, formerly owned by his father. Married three times: 1st Sarah Mott; 2nd. Charlotte (Bull) Bird, 3rd. Eliza Gillespie. Had two sons, William and Zebulon Mott. William married his cousin, Augusta, and had children.
     Jonathan, born 23rd March, 1795, died 1869. Had a daughter, Augusta.
     Archibald, a clergyman and married. Lived at Woodville, Mississippi in 1850. He and his wife died there during the Civil War.235
     He bought a farm in Stillwater, one hundred and sixty acres in extent of Samuel Bryan for 500 pounds, 21st. Sept. 1790, (Saratoga County records Liber G. p. 473.) It is situated about a mile south of the headquarters of General Gates at the battle of Saratoga and commands an extended and beautiful view over the Hudson Valley. He sold it to his son, David R. Lawrence, 1 April, 1815, (R. E. records) Liber M. p. 473, for $3500 but his wife did not sign the deed. He is described in the deed from Byran as of Little Nine Partners, Dutchess County, N. Y. (North East Precinct was formerly a part of the Little Nine Partners patents.
     The house was in excellent preservation in 1907, as was his tombstone.236

     Children of David7 Lawrence (38) and Abigail Birch (39) (see #65) were as follows:
65. ABIGAIL7 BIRCH (39) (Joshua, #130) was born on 18 May 1757 at Cattskill Mountain House, New York.254 She married David Lawrence (38) (see #64), son of Uriah Lawrence (195) and Mary Clark (196), on 2 Jan 1777 at North East, Dutchess, New York.255 She died on 30 Mar 1842 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York, at age 84.256
     Abigail Birch (39) was Baptist.

     Abigail Birch Lawrence was a daughter of Joshua and Abigail Udall Birch and the wife of David Lawrence. She named one of her sons Lionel Udall after Dr. Lionel Udall of Stonington, CT, her grandfather. (Letter of Albert Phillips of Waukesha, WI.)
     She was born at the site of the Cattskill Mountain House (in Stonington, CT??) on 18 Mar 1757. She married David Lawrence on 2 Jan 1777, and died at Stillwater, NY, on 29 Mar 1842. She was a Baptist. (Memoranda left by Judge John K. Porter.)
     She was presumably buried beside her husband, David, but in 1907 the tombstone was missing. There is a neighborhood tradition that it was destroyed many years ago when a runaway horse broke into the enclosure. (J.S. Lawrence.).257
66. ZEBULON7 MOTT (1534) (James, #132) was born on 4 Sep 1757 at Hempstead, Queens, New York. He married Rebecca Smith (1545) (see #67), daughter of Thomas Smith (1559), on 4 Oct 1781 at Probably Saratoga, New York. He died on 21 Feb 1842 at Half Moon, Saratoga, New York, at age 84.

     Children of Zebulon7 Mott (1534) and Rebecca Smith (1545) (see #67) were as follows:
67. REBECCA7 SMITH (1545) (Thomas, #134) was born on 31 Jul 1764 at Saratoga, New York. She married Zebulon Mott (1534) (see #66), son of James Mott (1531) and Anne Rogers (1538), on 4 Oct 1781 at Probably Saratoga, New York. She died on 7 Nov 1831 at Half Moon, Saratoga, New York, at age 67.
68. DAVID7 LAWRENCE (38) (Uriah, #128) was born on 1 Jan 1747/48 at Of North East, Dutchess, New York.258 He married Abigail Birch (39) (see #65), daughter of Joshua Birch (459) and Abigail Udall (460), on 2 Jan 1777 at North East, Dutchess, New York.259 He died on 13 May 1834 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York, at age 86.260
     David Lawrence (38) was a Farmer.

     He was the second son and the third child of Uriah and Mary Clark Lawrence. He was born at North East, Dutchess County, New York, 1st January, 1748. (Uriah Lawrence's family Bible. A.B. Reed, Mansfield, Ct.)
     He married Abigail Birch, 2nd January, 1777. He served in the militia force during the American Revolution and signed the "General Association" in June, 1775. He removed to Stillwater, Saratoga County, N.Y. soon after 1790 and died there 13th May, 1834. He is buried in the Old Baptist Church, or Hicks Burying Ground, four and a half miles from Bemis Heights and three and a half miles from his old residence. The inscription on his tombstone is, "Sacred to the memory of David Lawrence who departed this live May 13th, 1834, in the 87th year of his age." (Memoranda left by his grandson, John K. Porter.)
     He deeded to his brother, Martin Lawrence, thirty acres of land in North East, 24th December, 1790. (Real estate records of Dutchess Co.,N.Y., Miber 17,p.554.).261 FAMILY OF DAVID LAWRENCE
     David Lawrence was born 1st. January, 1748. He married Abigail, daughter of Joshua and Abigail Udall Birch, 2nd January, 1777. He resided in the town of North East, Dutchess, N.Y., until about 1790, and removed to land he had purchased near the village of Stillwater, N.Y. He died 13th May, 1834 and is buried in the Baptist Churchyard a mile or two north-west of his farm.
     Children of David and Abigail Birch Lawrence:
     Mary, born 17th Oct. 1777, died March 13 1779
     William C., born 11th March, 1779, died unmarried 17th October 1817
     Mary, born 10th November, 1780, married Elijah Porter 12th March, 1801, died 2nd March, 1845
     Lionel Udall, born 24th March, 1782; married his cousin, Ann Phillips. Lived at Hudson, N.Y., died childless 30th July, 1844.
     Laura, born 9th Nov. 1784, married Conrad Cramer. Died 27th April, 1852. Left descendants. Charles C. Ormsby is a grandson, living at Waterford, N.Y.
     David R., born 11th Nov. 1789, died 21st Feb. 1768. Resided at the Stillwater farm, formerly owned by his father. Married three times: 1st Sarah Mott; 2nd. Charlotte (Bull) Bird, 3rd. Eliza Gillespie. Had two sons, William and Zebulon Mott. William married his cousin, Augusta, and had children.
     Jonathan, born 23rd March, 1795, died 1869. Had a daughter, Augusta.
     Archibald, a clergyman and married. Lived at Woodville, Mississippi in 1850. He and his wife died there during the Civil War.262
     He bought a farm in Stillwater, one hundred and sixty acres in extent of Samuel Bryan for 500 pounds, 21st. Sept. 1790, (Saratoga County records Liber G. p. 473.) It is situated about a mile south of the headquarters of General Gates at the battle of Saratoga and commands an extended and beautiful view over the Hudson Valley. He sold it to his son, David R. Lawrence, 1 April, 1815, (R. E. records) Liber M. p. 473, for $3500 but his wife did not sign the deed. He is described in the deed from Byran as of Little Nine Partners, Dutchess County, N. Y. (North East Precinct was formerly a part of the Little Nine Partners patents.
     The house was in excellent preservation in 1907, as was his tombstone.263

     Children of David7 Lawrence (38) and Abigail Birch (39) (see #65) were as follows:
69. ABIGAIL7 BIRCH (39) (Joshua, #130) was born on 18 May 1757 at Cattskill Mountain House, New York.281 She married David Lawrence (38) (see #64), son of Uriah Lawrence (195) and Mary Clark (196), on 2 Jan 1777 at North East, Dutchess, New York.282 She died on 30 Mar 1842 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York, at age 84.283
     Abigail Birch (39) was Baptist.

     Abigail Birch Lawrence was a daughter of Joshua and Abigail Udall Birch and the wife of David Lawrence. She named one of her sons Lionel Udall after Dr. Lionel Udall of Stonington, CT, her grandfather. (Letter of Albert Phillips of Waukesha, WI.)
     She was born at the site of the Cattskill Mountain House (in Stonington, CT??) on 18 Mar 1757. She married David Lawrence on 2 Jan 1777, and died at Stillwater, NY, on 29 Mar 1842. She was a Baptist. (Memoranda left by Judge John K. Porter.)
     She was presumably buried beside her husband, David, but in 1907 the tombstone was missing. There is a neighborhood tradition that it was destroyed many years ago when a runaway horse broke into the enclosure. (J.S. Lawrence.).284
70. LOTT7 HUESTIS (1560) (James, #140)285 was born circa 1765 at Westchester, Westchester, New York.286 He married Tamar Hains (1561) (see #71), daughter of Matthew Hains Jr. (2439) and Rebecca Lynch (2440), circa 1790.287 He died on 14 Nov 1847 at Stillwater, Saratoga, New York.288

     Children of Lott7 Huestis (1560) and Tamar Hains (1561) (see #71) were as follows:
71. TAMAR7 HAINS (1561) (Matthew, #142)318 was born in 1768.319 She married Lott Huestis (1560) (see #70), son of James Huestis (2110) and Ann Griffen (2111), circa 1790.320 She died on 21 Aug 1831 at Milton, Saratoga, New York.321
80. AUGUSTIN7 ROBINSON (887) (Stephen, #160) was born on 4 Sep 1794 at Cumberland, Virginia. He married Rachel Simpson (888) (see #81), daughter of James Simpson (1666) and Mary Lancaster (852), on 9 Apr 1818 at Probably Smith, Tennessee.322 He died on 30 Dec 1876 at Jackson, Louisiana, at age 82.
     Augustin Robinson was born in Virginia on 4 Sep 1794. He moved with his parents to Smith County, Tennessee. He married Rachel Simpson on 9 Apr 1818. She was born on 18 May 1793. Smith County court records for 1820-1822 indicate that Augustin Robinson was appointed guardian for Thomas, John and Agnes Simpson, the children of James Simpson and Sally Robinson, Augustin's sister (2, 3). In 1830, Augustin Robinson was listed in the census fo Smith County, Tennessee (1). Augustin and Rachel Robinson were living in Itawamba County, Mississippi in 1838 (1). They were shown in the census listings of 1840 and 1850 in Itawamba County. Augustin and Rachel Robinson moved to Jackson Parish, Louisiana in 1861 with their son, James Simpson Robinson (9). Rachel died on 15 Sep 1865 and Augustin died on 30 Dec 1876 near Gansville in lower Jackson Parish (9). Augustin and Rachel were buried at Siloam Springs in Jackson Parish.
     Children of Augustin7 Robinson (887) and Rachel Simpson (888) (see #81) were as follows:
81. RACHEL7 SIMPSON (888) (James, #162) was born on 18 May 1793 at Bullskin, Shelby, Kentucky.323 She married Augustin Robinson (887) (see #80), son of Stephen Robinson , Sr. (791) and Elizabeth Holland (792), on 9 Apr 1818 at Probably Smith, Tennessee.324 She died on 15 Sep 1865 at Jackson, Louisiana, at age 72.325
82. JAMES7 LAWRENCE (923) was born circa 1795 at New York. He married Rhoda Paschal (1768) on 30 Mar 1837 at Sumter, Alabama. He died after 1880 at El Dorado, Union, Arkansas.
     James Lawrence (923) was a Farmer.
     Children of James7 Lawrence (923) both born Alabama include:
84. BENJAMIN HADAD7 MIXON (1090) (George Mixson, #168) was born on 25 Jun 1797 at Orangeburg District, South Carolina. He married Elizabeth A. Wall (1091) (see #85), daughter of Drury William Wall (1660) and Amanda Wickliffe (1886), on 2 Apr 1817 at Amite, Mississippi. He died on 15 Jan 1858 at Amite, Mississippi, at age 60.
     Benjamin Hadad Mixon was born on 25 Jun 1797 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina (1). He settled near his older brother, Michael, on lands near the border between Mississippi and Louisiana. He was shown as a resident of Washington Parish, Louisiana in the census of 1820, but in subsequent census listings (1830, 1840 and 1850) he appears as a resident of Amite County, Mississippi. He was a witness to a will in AMite County in 1827 (4). Benjamin Mixon married first Elizabeth A. Wall on 2 Apr 1817 in Amite County (3, 4). She was born in about 1800 and died in about 1827. Benjamin Mixon died on 15 Jan 1858. He was buried in the Mixon Cemetery which is located on Hampton Lee Road (a farm to market road) seven and one-half miles west of Magnolia, Mississippi (3). Benjamin and Elizabeth Mixon had three children: Obediah Z., Charles Jabez, and Edwin B. {#13}
     Benjamin H. Mixon married secondly Elizabeth A. W. Thompson (3). She was born in South Carolina on 16 Sep 1801. In 1860 she was living in Amite County (3). She died on 4 Apr 1875 and was buried in the Mixon Cemetary near Magnolia, Mississippi (3). Benjamin and Elizabeth (Thompson) Mixon had several children: Samuel T., Sarah Carolina, Rachel, Melissa and Martha (1, 4, 5).
     Children of Benjamin Hadad7 Mixon (1090) and Elizabeth A. Wall (1091) (see #85) were as follows:
85. ELIZABETH A.7 WALL (1091) (Drury, #170) was born on 16 Sep 1801 at Orangeburg District, South Carolina. She married Benjamin Hadad Mixon (1090) (see #84), son of George Mixson (1043), on 2 Apr 1817 at Amite, Mississippi. She died on 4 Apr 1875 at Amite, Mississippi, at age 73.
86. JOHN WASHINGTON7 PAGE (1636) (Leonard, #172) was born in 1787 at Goochland, Virginia. He died on 30 Sep 1861 at Amite, Mississippi.

     Children of John Washington7 Page (1636) and Tabitha Strother (1637) (see #87) were:
87. TABITHA7 STROTHER (1637) was born in 1800 at Georgia. She died at Probably Amite, Massachusetts.
88. PETER7 CRAWFORD (960) was born on 17 Nov 1785 at Virginia. He died on 15 Sep 1854 at Winston, Mississippi, at age 68.

     Children of Peter7 Crawford (960) and Elizabeth Loveless (961) (see #89) were as follows:
89. ELIZABETH7 LOVELESS (961) (James, #178) was born on 12 Dec 1794 at South Carolina. She died on 13 Oct 1853 at Choctaw, Mississippi, at age 58.
92. GEORGE WRIGHT7 MOORE (2050).

     Children of George Wright7 Moore (2050) and Polly (--?--) (2051) (see #93) were as follows:
93. POLLY7 (--?--) (2051).
94. JACOB7 GIDDINS (1722) was born on 18 Sep 1794 at Wayne, North Carolina. He married Eliza Waters (1723) (see #95) in Apr 1817 at Marion, Twiggs, Georgia. He died on 7 Dec 1873 at Bienville, Louisiana, at age 79.

     Children of Jacob7 Giddins (1722) and Eliza Waters (1723) (see #95) were as follows:
95. ELIZA7 WATERS (1723) was born on 3 Jun 1804 at North Carolina. She married Jacob Giddins (1722) (see #94) in Apr 1817 at Marion, Twiggs, Georgia. She died on 15 Oct 1880 at Campti, Nachitoches, Louisiana, at age 76.
Generation Eight
128. URIAH8 LAWRENCE (195) (William, #256)326 was born on 25 Dec 1720 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island.327 He married Mary Clark (196) (see #129) on 13 Apr 1743 at probably CT.328 He died on 30 Nov 1803 at North East, Dutchess, New York, at age 82.
     URIAH LAWRENCE was a posthumous son of William and Sarah Whittemore Lawrence, and was born 25 Dec 1720. He married Mary Clark 15 April 1743.
     Children:
     Mary, born 25 Dec 1743, married Abraham Hartwell. She died 16 Sep 1807. (Her descendants are enumerated in the printed Hartwell Genealogy.)
     Phebe (1), born 29 Dec 1745, died 12 Jan 1775.
     Uriah, born 2 Nov 1746, died 25 Feb 1776.
     David, born 1 Jan 1748, married Abigail Birch, 2 Jan 1777, died at Stillwater, NY, 13 May 1834.
     Jonathan, born 31 Mar 1751, died 15 Sep 1798.
     Phebe (2), born 28 Jun 1753, married Dr. John Bull, died 9 Dec 1788.
     Sarah, born 14 Nov 1755, married John Wright, was living in 1800.
     Elizabeth, born 21 Oct 1758, married Isaac Hill, died 20 Jan 1810.
     Olive, born 12 Oct 1760, married ____ Smith, died 24 August 1812.
     Chauncey, born 31 Mar 1761, was living in 1800.
     Clark, born 16 Jan 1763, was living in 1800.
     Martin, born 13 Jan 1765, married Abigail Bryan, Dec 1783, died 12 Mar 1851.
     Lydia, born 2 Jul 1768, married Dr. John D. Bull, died 6 Jul 1813.
     Uriah Lawrence was at Charlestown, MA, in March 1735/6, when his uncle, Samuel Whittemore, was made his guardian. In 1766 he bought 500 acres of land, for 1000 pounds, in the Oblong. This land is now in the town of North East, Dutchess County, NY. He died 30 Nov 1803 and his wife died a little less than a year later. Both are buried at Spencer's Corners (North East), NY, and their tombstones were in excellent preservation in 1904. In the same cemetary lie buried their son, Uriah, and infant grandchild, Mary (daughter of David Lawrence), their son Martin, and their daughters Mary Hartwell, Elizabeth Hill, Phebe Bull, and their granddaughter, Mrs. Loraine Lawrence Jones.329
FAMILY OF URIAH LAWRENCE
     In the will of Uriah Lawrence, dated 10 August 1800, legacies are given to sons David, Clark and Chauncey; to grandsons Merchant and Roswell Lawrence; to granddaughters, Rollens Brooks, Jand and Fannie Alley and Phebe Lawrence; to grandsons Uriah and Hiram Lawrence; to daughter Elizabeth and to two great-grandchildren "of Phebe Skinner." The residue of the estate was given to daughters Mary, Sarah, Olive and Lydia. His son, Martin, then living in North East, is not mentioned in the will (He probably recieved his inheritance earlier. In the Dutchess County records office in Poughkeepsie, NY, I noticed that some land was transferred from Uriah to Martin just prior to Uriah's death, but I did not read the deed in detail -- D.M.L.).
     I know nothing of above Merchant, Roswell and Phebe Lawrence, Uriah and Hiram Lawrence, Rollens Brooks and Fannie Alley.
     I know nothing of the descendants of Jonathan Lawrence, Elizabeth Lawrence Hill, Olive Lawrence Smith and Clark Lawrence. There was a Clarke Lawrence living at Tinmouth, Rutland County, VT, in 1790. There was in his family (including himself) two white males over 16 years of age and five females. I have always thought that Jonathan moved to Stillwater, NY, about the same time as his brother David, in 1790. A Jonathan Lawrence was buried a mile or so northwest of the village, but the tombstone is no longer extant.
     Sarah Lawrence Wright had a granddaughter, Mrs. Sally B. Dake, of Berea, OH.
     Chauncey Lawrence had a son, Horace, and left descendants in the neighborhood of Springfield and Yellow Springs, OH.
     The descendants of Mary Lawrence Hartwell are given in the printed genealogies of the Hartwell and Winchell families.
     Martin Lawrence had seven daughters and one son. Their first names began with "L". The descendants of Lydia and Laura are given in the Winchell book. Loraine married Horace Jones, and lived at Millerton, NY, near the old homestead. I think she had descendants there named Benedict. Lamira married a Reed and had a son, A. E. Reed, who now lives in Mansfield, CT, and has in his possession Uriah and Martin Lawrence's family Bible. Lorinda married Jesse Dunning and had one son and two daughters.
     Phebe Lawrence married Dr. John Bull. I give her descendants on another sheet.
     Lydia Lawrence married Dr. John D. Bull, your ancestor. Phebe Lawrence Bull and Lydia Lawrence Bull ar both buried in the cemetary at Spencer's Grove, near Millerton, NY.
     A family named Dakin lives on a portion of the old homestead. The location of the residence of Uriah Lawrence is pointed out, but the house is gone.330
     Uriah Lawrence was born on 25 Dec 1720. He married Mary Clark 13 Apr 1743. He died at North East, Dutchess County, NY, 30 Nov 1803. He had seven daughters and six sons. (Uriah Lawrence's family bible, in the possession of A.E. Reed, Mansfield, CT.)
     He was a posthumous son of William Lawrence of Providence, RI, and his second wife, Sarah Whittemore Lawrence. (Records of Middlesex County, MA. Guardianship papers of Uriah Lawrence and the will of Sarah Whittemore Lawrence.)
     His uncle, Samuel Whittemore, was chosen by him as guardian on 12 Mar 1735/36 and gave bond of 1,000 pounds. In the bond he is stated to be the son of William Lawrence of Providence of Providence, RI, and in the order he is called the son of "Widow Sarah Lawrence," (record reads "Widowsarah Lawrence"). The bond recites that he was then in his sixteenth year. (Records of Middlesex County, MA.)
     He purchased lot 73 in the 'Oblong,' containing five hundred acres of land for £1,000 on 22 Oct 1766. The land is on the east side of the town of North East, Dutchess County, NY. (Real estate records of Dutchess County, NY. Deed of Ebeneezer Hopkins to Uriah Lawrence, Liber 5, p. 60.)
     He was buried in the churchyard at Spencer's Corners, North East, NY. The tombstone of white marble was in good preservation in 1903 (and still in good preservation in 1990 -- D.M.L.). The inscription is "Memento mori. In memory of Uriah Lawrence, Esq., who died 30th November 1803 in the 83d year of his age."
     A couplet at the bottom of the stone has become undecipherable through age. His wife, his son Uriah, and an infant grandchild, daughter of David Lawrence, are buried by his side. In other parts of the cemetary are buried his son, Martin, and his daughters, Mary Hartley, Elizabeth Hill, Phoebe Bull, Lydia Bull, and his granddaughter, Mrs. Loraine Lawrence Jones.
     A part of his farm is occupied (in 1903) by a Dakin Family. No trace remains of his house.
     He signed the 'General Association' in June (July) 1775 and was on the committee to circulate it in his part of the precinct. (Huntting's History of Little Nine Partners; P.K. Smith's History of Dutchess County, New York.)
     His will is dated 16 Aug 1800. He gives £580 specifically and leaves the residue of his estate to his daughters, Mary, Sarah, Olive, and Lydia. Except for his son, Martin, all his living children, including David, are mentioned. (Will of Uriah Lawrence on record in Dutchess County, NY.)
     It is a family tradition that he went from Windsor, CT, to the Phillippse Patent, (Putnam County, NY,) before settling at North East. (Letter of A.E. Reed, Mansfield, CT.).331

     Children of Uriah8 Lawrence (195) and Mary Clark (196) (see #129) were as follows:
129. MARY8 CLARK (196) was born on 15 Jan 1725/26.364 She married Uriah Lawrence (195) (see #128), son of William Lawrence (398) and Sarah Whittemore (394), on 13 Apr 1743 at probably CT.365 She died on 23 Oct 1804 at North East, Dutchess, New York, at age 78.366
     She was born 15 Jan 1725/26. She married Uriah Lawrence 13 Apr 1743. (Uriah Lawrence's family bible, in the possession of A.E. Reed, Mansfield, CT.)
     [Note that the following sentence about Mary Clark being the daughter of Benjamin Clark has been disproven -- DML.]
     She was probably the daughter of Benjamin Clark of Preston, CT, b. 5 Dec 1725; in which case the date given in the family Bible may be a baptismal date, or an error. A son of Benjamin Clark, Perry Clark, was born 20 Jun 1723 and had a son, Ezra Clark, who was born in Plainfield, CT, in 1748, lived at Lisbon, CT, and went to North East, Dutchess County, NY, about the time of the Revolution. His farm was about four miles south of that of Uriah and Mary Clark Lawrence. He had 10 children, two of whom were named 'Olive' and 'Lydia;' names occurring amoung Uriah Lawrence's children are not otherwise accounted for. (Vital records of Preston, CT, Putnam's Magazine 7/135; Plainfield, CT, records; Records of Ezra Clark family furnished by Anna C. Gilman; Letters of Mrs. John W. Clark of Millerton, NY; P.H. Smith's History of Dutchess County, New York.)
     It must be said, however, that a Mary Clark married in Preston, CT, William Babcock of Coventry, CT, on 9 Nov 1748. This may have been the daughter of Benjamin.367
     According to Torrey (1966 or 1967) it was actually Mary Gates who married William Babcock on 9 Nov 1748 (Bailey's Connecticut Marriages identifies her as Mary Clark). Mary Gates was the daughter of Robert Gates and Mary Clark, b. on 28 Dec 1705 in Norwich, CT. The confusion probably results from the mother's maiden name.
     -- David M. Lawrence.

130. JOSHUA8 BIRCH (459) (Jonathan, #260) was born on 11 Nov 1721 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He married Abigail Udall (460) (see #131), daughter of Lionel Udall (465) and Abigail Bill (466), on 16 Feb 1747/48. He died at Possibly Saratoga County, New York.
     He was the youngest son of Jonathan and Mary Rathbone Birch of Stonington, CT, and was born 11 Nov 1721. He married Abigail, daughter of Lionel and Abigail Bill Udall, of Stonington on 16 Feb 1749. (Wheeler's History of Stonington, p. 276.).368

     Children of Joshua8 Birch (459) and Abigail Udall (460) (see #131) were as follows:
131. ABIGAIL8 UDALL (460) (Lionel, #262) was born on 28 Jan 1729/30 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She married Joshua Birch (459) (see #130), son of Jonathan Birch (463) and Mercy Rathbun (1619), on 16 Feb 1747/48. She died at Possibly Saratoga County, New York.
     She was the second child and daughter of Dr. Lionel and Abigail Bill Udall of Stonington, CT, and was born 28 Jan 1729/30.
     She married Joshua Birch on 16 Feb 1748. (Stonington, CT, town records.).369
132. JAMES8 MOTT (1531) (James, #264)370 was born in Oct 1723 at Probably Hempstead, Queens, New York. He married Anne Rogers (1538) (see #133), daughter of Caleb Rogers (1537), on 2 Feb 1747/48 at Long Island, Queens, New York. He died in Oct 1770 at Dutchess, New York.

     Children of James8 Mott (1531) and Anne Rogers (1538) (see #133) were as follows:
133. ANNE8 ROGERS (1538) (Caleb, #266) was born on 6 Jan 1727/28 at Huntington, Suffolk, New York. She married James Mott (1531) (see #132), son of James Mott (1575) and Jane Burling (3179), on 2 Feb 1747/48 at Long Island, Queens, New York. She died after 1783 at Dutchess, New York.
134. THOMAS8 SMITH (1559) was born at Of Saratoga, New York. He died circa 1801 at Probably Saratoga, New York.

     Children of Thomas8 Smith (1559) include:
136. URIAH8 LAWRENCE (195) (William, #256)371 was born on 25 Dec 1720 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island.372 He married Mary Clark (196) (see #129) on 13 Apr 1743 at probably CT.373 He died on 30 Nov 1803 at North East, Dutchess, New York, at age 82.
     URIAH LAWRENCE was a posthumous son of William and Sarah Whittemore Lawrence, and was born 25 Dec 1720. He married Mary Clark 15 April 1743.
     Children:
     Mary, born 25 Dec 1743, married Abraham Hartwell. She died 16 Sep 1807. (Her descendants are enumerated in the printed Hartwell Genealogy.)
     Phebe (1), born 29 Dec 1745, died 12 Jan 1775.
     Uriah, born 2 Nov 1746, died 25 Feb 1776.
     David, born 1 Jan 1748, married Abigail Birch, 2 Jan 1777, died at Stillwater, NY, 13 May 1834.
     Jonathan, born 31 Mar 1751, died 15 Sep 1798.
     Phebe (2), born 28 Jun 1753, married Dr. John Bull, died 9 Dec 1788.
     Sarah, born 14 Nov 1755, married John Wright, was living in 1800.
     Elizabeth, born 21 Oct 1758, married Isaac Hill, died 20 Jan 1810.
     Olive, born 12 Oct 1760, married ____ Smith, died 24 August 1812.
     Chauncey, born 31 Mar 1761, was living in 1800.
     Clark, born 16 Jan 1763, was living in 1800.
     Martin, born 13 Jan 1765, married Abigail Bryan, Dec 1783, died 12 Mar 1851.
     Lydia, born 2 Jul 1768, married Dr. John D. Bull, died 6 Jul 1813.
     Uriah Lawrence was at Charlestown, MA, in March 1735/6, when his uncle, Samuel Whittemore, was made his guardian. In 1766 he bought 500 acres of land, for 1000 pounds, in the Oblong. This land is now in the town of North East, Dutchess County, NY. He died 30 Nov 1803 and his wife died a little less than a year later. Both are buried at Spencer's Corners (North East), NY, and their tombstones were in excellent preservation in 1904. In the same cemetary lie buried their son, Uriah, and infant grandchild, Mary (daughter of David Lawrence), their son Martin, and their daughters Mary Hartwell, Elizabeth Hill, Phebe Bull, and their granddaughter, Mrs. Loraine Lawrence Jones.374
FAMILY OF URIAH LAWRENCE
     In the will of Uriah Lawrence, dated 10 August 1800, legacies are given to sons David, Clark and Chauncey; to grandsons Merchant and Roswell Lawrence; to granddaughters, Rollens Brooks, Jand and Fannie Alley and Phebe Lawrence; to grandsons Uriah and Hiram Lawrence; to daughter Elizabeth and to two great-grandchildren "of Phebe Skinner." The residue of the estate was given to daughters Mary, Sarah, Olive and Lydia. His son, Martin, then living in North East, is not mentioned in the will (He probably recieved his inheritance earlier. In the Dutchess County records office in Poughkeepsie, NY, I noticed that some land was transferred from Uriah to Martin just prior to Uriah's death, but I did not read the deed in detail -- D.M.L.).
     I know nothing of above Merchant, Roswell and Phebe Lawrence, Uriah and Hiram Lawrence, Rollens Brooks and Fannie Alley.
     I know nothing of the descendants of Jonathan Lawrence, Elizabeth Lawrence Hill, Olive Lawrence Smith and Clark Lawrence. There was a Clarke Lawrence living at Tinmouth, Rutland County, VT, in 1790. There was in his family (including himself) two white males over 16 years of age and five females. I have always thought that Jonathan moved to Stillwater, NY, about the same time as his brother David, in 1790. A Jonathan Lawrence was buried a mile or so northwest of the village, but the tombstone is no longer extant.
     Sarah Lawrence Wright had a granddaughter, Mrs. Sally B. Dake, of Berea, OH.
     Chauncey Lawrence had a son, Horace, and left descendants in the neighborhood of Springfield and Yellow Springs, OH.
     The descendants of Mary Lawrence Hartwell are given in the printed genealogies of the Hartwell and Winchell families.
     Martin Lawrence had seven daughters and one son. Their first names began with "L". The descendants of Lydia and Laura are given in the Winchell book. Loraine married Horace Jones, and lived at Millerton, NY, near the old homestead. I think she had descendants there named Benedict. Lamira married a Reed and had a son, A. E. Reed, who now lives in Mansfield, CT, and has in his possession Uriah and Martin Lawrence's family Bible. Lorinda married Jesse Dunning and had one son and two daughters.
     Phebe Lawrence married Dr. John Bull. I give her descendants on another sheet.
     Lydia Lawrence married Dr. John D. Bull, your ancestor. Phebe Lawrence Bull and Lydia Lawrence Bull ar both buried in the cemetary at Spencer's Grove, near Millerton, NY.
     A family named Dakin lives on a portion of the old homestead. The location of the residence of Uriah Lawrence is pointed out, but the house is gone.375
     Uriah Lawrence was born on 25 Dec 1720. He married Mary Clark 13 Apr 1743. He died at North East, Dutchess County, NY, 30 Nov 1803. He had seven daughters and six sons. (Uriah Lawrence's family bible, in the possession of A.E. Reed, Mansfield, CT.)
     He was a posthumous son of William Lawrence of Providence, RI, and his second wife, Sarah Whittemore Lawrence. (Records of Middlesex County, MA. Guardianship papers of Uriah Lawrence and the will of Sarah Whittemore Lawrence.)
     His uncle, Samuel Whittemore, was chosen by him as guardian on 12 Mar 1735/36 and gave bond of 1,000 pounds. In the bond he is stated to be the son of William Lawrence of Providence of Providence, RI, and in the order he is called the son of "Widow Sarah Lawrence," (record reads "Widowsarah Lawrence"). The bond recites that he was then in his sixteenth year. (Records of Middlesex County, MA.)
     He purchased lot 73 in the 'Oblong,' containing five hundred acres of land for £1,000 on 22 Oct 1766. The land is on the east side of the town of North East, Dutchess County, NY. (Real estate records of Dutchess County, NY. Deed of Ebeneezer Hopkins to Uriah Lawrence, Liber 5, p. 60.)
     He was buried in the churchyard at Spencer's Corners, North East, NY. The tombstone of white marble was in good preservation in 1903 (and still in good preservation in 1990 -- D.M.L.). The inscription is "Memento mori. In memory of Uriah Lawrence, Esq., who died 30th November 1803 in the 83d year of his age."
     A couplet at the bottom of the stone has become undecipherable through age. His wife, his son Uriah, and an infant grandchild, daughter of David Lawrence, are buried by his side. In other parts of the cemetary are buried his son, Martin, and his daughters, Mary Hartley, Elizabeth Hill, Phoebe Bull, Lydia Bull, and his granddaughter, Mrs. Loraine Lawrence Jones.
     A part of his farm is occupied (in 1903) by a Dakin Family. No trace remains of his house.
     He signed the 'General Association' in June (July) 1775 and was on the committee to circulate it in his part of the precinct. (Huntting's History of Little Nine Partners; P.K. Smith's History of Dutchess County, New York.)
     His will is dated 16 Aug 1800. He gives £580 specifically and leaves the residue of his estate to his daughters, Mary, Sarah, Olive, and Lydia. Except for his son, Martin, all his living children, including David, are mentioned. (Will of Uriah Lawrence on record in Dutchess County, NY.)
     It is a family tradition that he went from Windsor, CT, to the Phillippse Patent, (Putnam County, NY,) before settling at North East. (Letter of A.E. Reed, Mansfield, CT.).376

     Children of Uriah8 Lawrence (195) and Mary Clark (196) (see #129) were as follows:
137. MARY8 CLARK (196) was born on 15 Jan 1725/26.409 She married Uriah Lawrence (195) (see #128), son of William Lawrence (398) and Sarah Whittemore (394), on 13 Apr 1743 at probably CT.410 She died on 23 Oct 1804 at North East, Dutchess, New York, at age 78.411
     She was born 15 Jan 1725/26. She married Uriah Lawrence 13 Apr 1743. (Uriah Lawrence's family bible, in the possession of A.E. Reed, Mansfield, CT.)
     [Note that the following sentence about Mary Clark being the daughter of Benjamin Clark has been disproven -- DML.]
     She was probably the daughter of Benjamin Clark of Preston, CT, b. 5 Dec 1725; in which case the date given in the family Bible may be a baptismal date, or an error. A son of Benjamin Clark, Perry Clark, was born 20 Jun 1723 and had a son, Ezra Clark, who was born in Plainfield, CT, in 1748, lived at Lisbon, CT, and went to North East, Dutchess County, NY, about the time of the Revolution. His farm was about four miles south of that of Uriah and Mary Clark Lawrence. He had 10 children, two of whom were named 'Olive' and 'Lydia;' names occurring amoung Uriah Lawrence's children are not otherwise accounted for. (Vital records of Preston, CT, Putnam's Magazine 7/135; Plainfield, CT, records; Records of Ezra Clark family furnished by Anna C. Gilman; Letters of Mrs. John W. Clark of Millerton, NY; P.H. Smith's History of Dutchess County, New York.)
     It must be said, however, that a Mary Clark married in Preston, CT, William Babcock of Coventry, CT, on 9 Nov 1748. This may have been the daughter of Benjamin.412
     According to Torrey (1966 or 1967) it was actually Mary Gates who married William Babcock on 9 Nov 1748 (Bailey's Connecticut Marriages identifies her as Mary Clark). Mary Gates was the daughter of Robert Gates and Mary Clark, b. on 28 Dec 1705 in Norwich, CT. The confusion probably results from the mother's maiden name.
     -- David M. Lawrence.

138. JOSHUA8 BIRCH (459) (Jonathan, #260) was born on 11 Nov 1721 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He married Abigail Udall (460) (see #131), daughter of Lionel Udall (465) and Abigail Bill (466), on 16 Feb 1747/48. He died at Possibly Saratoga County, New York.
     He was the youngest son of Jonathan and Mary Rathbone Birch of Stonington, CT, and was born 11 Nov 1721. He married Abigail, daughter of Lionel and Abigail Bill Udall, of Stonington on 16 Feb 1749. (Wheeler's History of Stonington, p. 276.).413

     Children of Joshua8 Birch (459) and Abigail Udall (460) (see #131) were as follows:
139. ABIGAIL8 UDALL (460) (Lionel, #262) was born on 28 Jan 1729/30 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She married Joshua Birch (459) (see #130), son of Jonathan Birch (463) and Mercy Rathbun (1619), on 16 Feb 1747/48. She died at Possibly Saratoga County, New York.
     She was the second child and daughter of Dr. Lionel and Abigail Bill Udall of Stonington, CT, and was born 28 Jan 1729/30.
     She married Joshua Birch on 16 Feb 1748. (Stonington, CT, town records.).414
140. JAMES8 HUESTIS (2110) (James, #280)415 married Ann Griffen (2111) (see #141).416

     Children of James8 Huestis (2110) and Ann Griffen (2111) (see #141) were:
141. ANN8 GRIFFEN (2111)417 married James Huestis (2110) (see #140), son of James Huestis (2140) and Sarah Ferris (2141).418
142. MATTHEW8 HAINS JR. (2439)419 married Rebecca Lynch (2440) (see #143).420 He died circa 26 Sep 1821 at Rye, Westchester, New York.421
     HAINS/HAINES—LYNCH
Need information on the Matthew Hains family of Rye and Rye Neck. Matthew Hains’s will proved 26 Sept. 1821 named wife Rebecca and daughters Tamar (married Lott Huestis), Elizabeth (married Elisha Purdy), Charity (married Samuel Lawrence), Sylvia (married Caleb Hains). Also mentions grandson Solomon M. Haines and granddaughter Tamar (married George Harris). Rye Historical Information states Rebecca’s maiden name may have been Lynch. Looking for information about Rebecca’s parents, and any other data on Hains or Lynch families of Rye or any of the above.
Robin T. Sweeney, 525 Teaneck Rd., Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660.422

     Children of Matthew8 Hains Jr. (2439) and Rebecca Lynch (2440) (see #143) were as follows:
143. REBECCA8 LYNCH (2440)429 married Matthew Hains Jr. (2439) (see #142).430
160. STEPHEN8 ROBINSON , SR. (791) (Edward, #320) was born circa 1750 at Cumberland, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Holland (792) (see #161), daughter of George Holland (798) and Sarah Ford (799), on 13 Jun 1774 at Louisa, Virginia. He died in 1835 at Smith, Tennessee.
     Stephen Robinson, Sr., son of Edward and Judith Robinson, was born in about 1750 in Cumberland County, Virginia. He married Elizabeth Holland on 13 Jun 1774 in Louisa County, Virginia (3, 4). She was the daughter of George and Sarah Ford Holland (2). Stephen Robinson served in the Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War (2, 3). He was shown on the tax list of Cumberland County until 1797 (3). In 1799 the family moved to Smith County, Tennessee, where they settled at Temperance Hall (3). Stephen Robinson died in 1835 in Smith County while Elizabeth Holland died in 1838. He was probably buried in a cemetary on a hill near Temperance Hall, but his grave could not be identified in this cemetary when it was visited in August 1985. Many of the graves in this cemetary lack headstones or the headstones have deteriorated greatly. Many Robinsons are buried in this cemetary, including his son, John Robinson. The will of Stephen Robinson was dated 11 Mar 1828 and was recorded on 16 Sep 1835 (7, 8). He left the house, 150 acres of land and some slaves to his wife and a total of 1, 045 acres, $1,317 and several slaves to his children and grandchildren.
     Children of Stephen8 Robinson , Sr. (791) and Elizabeth Holland (792) (see #161) were as follows:
161. ELIZABETH8 HOLLAND (792) (George, #322) was born circa 1752 at Goochland, Virginia. She married Stephen Robinson , Sr. (791) (see #160), son of Edward Robinson (726) and Judith Southall (727), on 13 Jun 1774 at Louisa, Virginia. She died in 1838 at Smith, Tennessee.
162. JAMES8 SIMPSON (1666) (William, #324) was born at Of VA. He married Mary Lancaster (852) (see #163), daughter of William Allen Lancaster (2001) and Judith Williamson (2002), on 2 Apr 1787 at Amherst, Virginia. He died in 1809 at Shelby, Kentucky.

     Children of James8 Simpson (1666) and Mary Lancaster (852) (see #163) were as follows:
163. MARY8 LANCASTER (852) (William, #326) was born circa 1772 at Of VA. She married James Simpson (1666) (see #162), son of William Simpson (1672) and Agnes (--?--) (2003), on 2 Apr 1787 at Amherst, Virginia. She died in Jan 1848 at Smith, Tennessee.
      Her married name was Robinson (852).

168. GEORGE8 MIXSON (1043) (William, #336) was born circa 1748 at Craven, North Carolina. He died before 1810 at Orangeburg District, South Carolina.
     George Mixson, son of William and Frances Mixon, was born in 1748 in North Carolina, probably Craven County (1). He served as a soldier in the Revolutionary War. In 1785, he sold his lands in Kershaw County which he had inherited from his father. He moved down the south fork of the Edista River in Orangeburg County, South Carolina, just over the line from Barnwell. He obtained several tracts of land amounting to greater than 1,000 acres. In about 1775, he married _____; they had seven children. George Mixon died before in 1810 in Orangeburg District, South Carolina. {#13}.
     Children of George8 Mixson (1043) include:
170. DRURY WILLIAM8 WALL (1660) was born circa 1777 at Of Orangeburg District SC. He married Amanda Wickliffe (1886) (see #171) at Probably SC. He died after 1824 at Probably Amite, Mississippi.

     Children of Drury William8 Wall (1660) and Amanda Wickliffe (1886) (see #171) were as follows:
171. AMANDA8 WICKLIFFE (1886) was born at Of SC. She married Drury William Wall (1660) (see #170) at Probably SC. She died at Probably Amite, Mississippi.
172. REV. LEONARD8 PAGE (2014) (John, #344) was born on 22 Sep 1762 at Goochland, Virginia. He married Jenny Hodges (2015) (see #173), daughter of Johnson Hodges (2016) and Lucy Page (2017), in 1782 at Goochland, Virginia.

     Children of Rev. Leonard8 Page (2014) and Jenny Hodges (2015) (see #173) were:
173. JENNY8 HODGES (2015) (Johnson, #346) was born at Of Goochland, Virginia. She married Rev. Leonard Page (2014) (see #172), son of John Page (2018) and Edith Cawthorn (2019), in 1782 at Goochland, Virginia.
178. JAMES8 LOVELESS (2132) married Linna Hughes (962) (see #179). He died circa 7 Apr 1846.

     Children of James8 Loveless (2132) and Linna Hughes (962) (see #179) were:
179. LINNA8 HUGHES (962) married James Loveless (2132) (see #178). She died at Probably Winston, Mississippi.
Generation Nine
256. WILLIAM9 LAWRENCE (398) (John, #512)443 was born before 1670 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.444 He married Sarah Whittemore (394) (see #257), daughter of Samuel Whittemore (430) and Hannah Rice (437), after 1702 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.445 He died on 24 May 1720 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island.446
     He was probably the son of John Lawrence and grandson of Henry Lawrence of Charlestown, MA. In 1717 he gave a paper which defended the title of real estate against the heirs of David Lawrence, his wife's first husband, and presumably his brother. David Lawrence was living in 1702. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 606.)
     By a first marriage he had a son William, to whom he gave land in his will and for whom he did not provide a guardian. This marriage probably occurred before 1699 as the will was made in 1720. He married Sarah Whittemore, widow of David Lawrence, as his second wife and by her had three daughters, none of whom was of age when he died, and a posthumous son, Uriah. He made a will at Providence, RI, on 23 May 1720 and died on 24 May 1720. Nothing else appears of record at Providence; and nothing appears of the land he left, other that an arrangement made later by his widow. (Records of Providence, RI; Records of Middlesex County, MA.).447

     Children of William9 Lawrence (398) and Sarah Whittemore (394) (see #257) were as follows:
257. SARAH9 WHITTEMORE (394) (Samuel, #514) was born on 16 Jan 1680/81 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.458 She married David Lawrence (395), son of John Lawrence (396) and Susanna (--?--) (397), on 3 Feb 1700/1 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.459 She married William Lawrence (398) (see #256), son of John Lawrence (396) and Susanna (--?--) (397), after 1702 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.460 She died on 22 Nov 1766 at Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at age 85.461
     She was the daughter of Samuel and Hannah Rice Whittemore and was born 16 Jan 1682. She married David, son of John and Susanna Lawrence of Charlestown, MA, on 3 Feb 1700. He was living in 1702. (Furnished by Mary P. Whittemore from the papers of Thomas F. Whittemore; Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1027.)
     She was born in Charlestown, MA (Paige's History of Cambridge, Massachusetts).
     She is recorded in the Charlestown church records as having been baptized with her mother ??in the fourth month?? (June) 1687. (New England Genealogical Register, 27:276.)
     Her second marriage was to William Lawrence, probably a brother of her first husband, David. They had three daughters before his death in 1720, and a posthumous son, Uriah. Presumably she had a son by David Lawrence, as Jonathan is named in her will and not in that of William Lawrence. (Will of William Lawrence, recorded in Providence, RI; William of Sarah Lawrence, recorded in Middlesex County, MA; Guardianship papers of Uriah Lawrence, recorded in Middlesex County, MA.)
     Her will was dated Nov 1757. In it she describes herrself as of Cambridge and makes her brother, Samuel Whittemore, her executor. In it she names her son, Uriah. The will is signed by a mark. The appraisal was made 25 Nov 1766 and showed personal property to the amount of £25.9s6d. and real estate 'one dwelling house with about one quarter of an accer of land adjoyning ytro £80.' The location of the real estate does not appear. (Records of Middlesex County, MA.)
     She is described as "widow Sarah Lawrence of Norton." Her son Jonathan lived at Norton, MA, and had a family there. (Wyman's Genealogies and estates of Charlestown; New England Genealogical Register.)
     Her death at 84 years of age, on 22 Nov 1766, was recorded by Samuel Cookes of West Cambridge, MA. She is described as "Widow Lawrence of Cambridge." (Vital statistics of Arlington, MA, p. 142.).462
260. JONATHAN9 BIRCH (463) (Jeremiah, #520) was born at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He married Mercy Rathbun (1619) (see #261), daughter of John Rathbun , Jr. (526) and Ann Dodge (558), on 26 Aug 1706 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He died at Probably Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
     According to Wheeler's History of Stonington Jonathan Burch served in the Colonial Indian Wars of New England (Wheeler, R.A. 1900. History of the town of Stonington. New London, CT: Press of the Day Publishing Co. p. 708).
     Children of Jonathan9 Birch (463) and Mercy Rathbun (1619) (see #261) all born at Stonington, New London, Connecticut, were as follows:
261. MERCY9 RATHBUN (1619) (John, #522) was born on 3 Oct 1688 at Block Island, Rhode Island. She married Jonathan Birch (463) (see #260), son of Jeremiah Birch (467), on 26 Aug 1706 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She died at Probably Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
262. LIONEL9 UDALL (465) (Lionel, #524) was born in 1690 at Of Exeter, Devonshire, England. He married Abigail Bill (466) (see #263), daughter of Samuel Bill (491) and Mercy Haughton (492), on 30 Oct 1727 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He died in 1767 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
     Lionel Udall (465) was a Doctor.

     He was a practicing physician residing at Stonington, CT, in the first half of the eighteenth century. Dr. Udall was a man of considerable prominence and appears to have had a large practice in eastern Connecticut and throughout Rhode Island, extending from New London to Newport. He is said to have been born in England about 1690, to have come early to this country and to have married in Stonington, where all his children were born and where he died in 1767. The list of his children are from an account book kept by him. The accounts in the book range from 1750 to 1767.
     In the records of the First Congregational Church at Stonington is the following:
     "Nov. 17, 1734. Mr. Lionel Udall and his wife Abigail owned the covenantand subjected themselves to ye discipline of the church and the same day their children, Anne, Abigail, and Lionel were baptized."
     The later baptisms of Samuel, William the second, Mary and John are recorded. The entire family moved about 1772 to Vermont, where many of the name have occupied prominent positions. (John D. Champlin in New England Genealogical Register 40:330.).463

     Children of Lionel9 Udall (465) and Abigail Bill (466) (see #263) all born at Stonington, New London, Connecticut, were as follows:
263. ABIGAIL9 BILL (466) (Samuel, #526) was born in 1706 at Of New London, New London, Connecticut. She married Lionel Udall (465) (see #262), son of Lionel Udall (507) and Anna (--?--) (508), on 30 Oct 1727 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She died in May 1780 at Queeche Village, Vermont.
     She was probably the (youngest) daughter of Samuel and Mercy Haughton Bill of New London, CT, and was born about 1706. She died in May 1780, and is buried at Queeche Village, VT. (Caulkin's History of New London, Connecticut.)
     She was married to Lionel Udall, 30 Oct 1727 by the Rev. Ebenezer Russell, Pastor. (Stonington, CT, town records.).464
264. JAMES9 MOTT (1575) (James, #528)465 was born in 1675 at Hempstead, Queens, New York.466 He married Jane Burling (3179) (see #265), daughter of Edward Burling (3183) and Grace Norrington (3184), on 9 May 1717 at Flushing, Queens, New York.467 He died on 13 Feb 1773 at Mamaroneck, Westchester, New York.468
     He affirmed his father's (James Mott's) signature.
     Children of James9 Mott (1575) and Jane Burling (3179) (see #265) were as follows:
265. JANE9 BURLING (3179) (Edward, #530)473 was born on 17 Jul 1684 at New York.474 She married James Mott (1575) (see #264), son of James Mott (1528) and Mary Redman (1558), on 9 May 1717 at Flushing, Queens, New York.475
266. CALEB9 ROGERS (1537) was born circa 1702 at Of Huntington, Suffolk, New York. He died at Probably Huntington, Suffolk, New York.

     Children of Caleb9 Rogers (1537) include:
272. WILLIAM9 LAWRENCE (398) (John, #512)476 was born before 1670 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.477 He married Sarah Whittemore (394) (see #257), daughter of Samuel Whittemore (430) and Hannah Rice (437), after 1702 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.478 He died on 24 May 1720 at Providence, Providence, Rhode Island.479
     He was probably the son of John Lawrence and grandson of Henry Lawrence of Charlestown, MA. In 1717 he gave a paper which defended the title of real estate against the heirs of David Lawrence, his wife's first husband, and presumably his brother. David Lawrence was living in 1702. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 606.)
     By a first marriage he had a son William, to whom he gave land in his will and for whom he did not provide a guardian. This marriage probably occurred before 1699 as the will was made in 1720. He married Sarah Whittemore, widow of David Lawrence, as his second wife and by her had three daughters, none of whom was of age when he died, and a posthumous son, Uriah. He made a will at Providence, RI, on 23 May 1720 and died on 24 May 1720. Nothing else appears of record at Providence; and nothing appears of the land he left, other that an arrangement made later by his widow. (Records of Providence, RI; Records of Middlesex County, MA.).480

     Children of William9 Lawrence (398) and Sarah Whittemore (394) (see #257) were as follows:
273. SARAH9 WHITTEMORE (394) (Samuel, #514) was born on 16 Jan 1680/81 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.491 She married David Lawrence (395), son of John Lawrence (396) and Susanna (--?--) (397), on 3 Feb 1700/1 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.492 She married William Lawrence (398) (see #256), son of John Lawrence (396) and Susanna (--?--) (397), after 1702 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.493 She died on 22 Nov 1766 at Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at age 85.494
     She was the daughter of Samuel and Hannah Rice Whittemore and was born 16 Jan 1682. She married David, son of John and Susanna Lawrence of Charlestown, MA, on 3 Feb 1700. He was living in 1702. (Furnished by Mary P. Whittemore from the papers of Thomas F. Whittemore; Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1027.)
     She was born in Charlestown, MA (Paige's History of Cambridge, Massachusetts).
     She is recorded in the Charlestown church records as having been baptized with her mother ??in the fourth month?? (June) 1687. (New England Genealogical Register, 27:276.)
     Her second marriage was to William Lawrence, probably a brother of her first husband, David. They had three daughters before his death in 1720, and a posthumous son, Uriah. Presumably she had a son by David Lawrence, as Jonathan is named in her will and not in that of William Lawrence. (Will of William Lawrence, recorded in Providence, RI; William of Sarah Lawrence, recorded in Middlesex County, MA; Guardianship papers of Uriah Lawrence, recorded in Middlesex County, MA.)
     Her will was dated Nov 1757. In it she describes herrself as of Cambridge and makes her brother, Samuel Whittemore, her executor. In it she names her son, Uriah. The will is signed by a mark. The appraisal was made 25 Nov 1766 and showed personal property to the amount of £25.9s6d. and real estate 'one dwelling house with about one quarter of an accer of land adjoyning ytro £80.' The location of the real estate does not appear. (Records of Middlesex County, MA.)
     She is described as "widow Sarah Lawrence of Norton." Her son Jonathan lived at Norton, MA, and had a family there. (Wyman's Genealogies and estates of Charlestown; New England Genealogical Register.)
     Her death at 84 years of age, on 22 Nov 1766, was recorded by Samuel Cookes of West Cambridge, MA. She is described as "Widow Lawrence of Cambridge." (Vital statistics of Arlington, MA, p. 142.).495
276. JONATHAN9 BIRCH (463) (Jeremiah, #520) was born at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He married Mercy Rathbun (1619) (see #261), daughter of John Rathbun , Jr. (526) and Ann Dodge (558), on 26 Aug 1706 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He died at Probably Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
     According to Wheeler's History of Stonington Jonathan Burch served in the Colonial Indian Wars of New England (Wheeler, R.A. 1900. History of the town of Stonington. New London, CT: Press of the Day Publishing Co. p. 708).
     Children of Jonathan9 Birch (463) and Mercy Rathbun (1619) (see #261) all born at Stonington, New London, Connecticut, were as follows:
277. MERCY9 RATHBUN (1619) (John, #522) was born on 3 Oct 1688 at Block Island, Rhode Island. She married Jonathan Birch (463) (see #260), son of Jeremiah Birch (467), on 26 Aug 1706 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She died at Probably Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
278. LIONEL9 UDALL (465) (Lionel, #524) was born in 1690 at Of Exeter, Devonshire, England. He married Abigail Bill (466) (see #263), daughter of Samuel Bill (491) and Mercy Haughton (492), on 30 Oct 1727 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. He died in 1767 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
     Lionel Udall (465) was a Doctor.

     He was a practicing physician residing at Stonington, CT, in the first half of the eighteenth century. Dr. Udall was a man of considerable prominence and appears to have had a large practice in eastern Connecticut and throughout Rhode Island, extending from New London to Newport. He is said to have been born in England about 1690, to have come early to this country and to have married in Stonington, where all his children were born and where he died in 1767. The list of his children are from an account book kept by him. The accounts in the book range from 1750 to 1767.
     In the records of the First Congregational Church at Stonington is the following:
     "Nov. 17, 1734. Mr. Lionel Udall and his wife Abigail owned the covenantand subjected themselves to ye discipline of the church and the same day their children, Anne, Abigail, and Lionel were baptized."
     The later baptisms of Samuel, William the second, Mary and John are recorded. The entire family moved about 1772 to Vermont, where many of the name have occupied prominent positions. (John D. Champlin in New England Genealogical Register 40:330.).496

     Children of Lionel9 Udall (465) and Abigail Bill (466) (see #263) all born at Stonington, New London, Connecticut, were as follows:
279. ABIGAIL9 BILL (466) (Samuel, #526) was born in 1706 at Of New London, New London, Connecticut. She married Lionel Udall (465) (see #262), son of Lionel Udall (507) and Anna (--?--) (508), on 30 Oct 1727 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut. She died in May 1780 at Queeche Village, Vermont.
     She was probably the (youngest) daughter of Samuel and Mercy Haughton Bill of New London, CT, and was born about 1706. She died in May 1780, and is buried at Queeche Village, VT. (Caulkin's History of New London, Connecticut.)
     She was married to Lionel Udall, 30 Oct 1727 by the Rev. Ebenezer Russell, Pastor. (Stonington, CT, town records.).497
280. JAMES9 HUESTIS (2140) (Samuel, #560)498 was born before 1702 at Westchester, Westchester, New York.499 He married Sarah Ferris (2141) (see #281) before 1731.500 He died circa 1780 at Eastchester, Westchester, New York.501

     Children of James9 Huestis (2140) and Sarah Ferris (2141) (see #281) were as follows:
281. SARAH9 FERRIS (2141)514 married James Huestis (2140) (see #280), son of Samuel Huestis (2149) and Elizabeth Pell (2150), before 1731.515
320. EDWARD9 ROBINSON (726) (John, #640) was born circa 1730 at Goochland, Virginia. He died circa 1782.
     Edward Robinson was born about 1730 in Goochland County, Virginia (1). He married Judith _____. Edward Robinson died in 1782 in Cumberland County, Virginia (2). The will of Judith Robinson was recorded in Cumberland County, Virginia on 12 Aug 1806 (1).
     Children of Edward9 Robinson (726) and Judith Southall (727) (see #321) were as follows:
321. JUDITH9 SOUTHALL (727).516
322. GEORGE9 HOLLAND (798) (Michael, #644) was born after 1697 at Goochland, Virginia. He married Sarah Ford (799) (see #323), daughter of William Ford (807), on 27 Aug 1746 at Goochland, Virginia.517 He married Mary Coleman (808), daughter of James Coleman (809), on 21 Mar 1757. He died before 1800.

     Children of George9 Holland (798) and Sarah Ford (799) (see #323) were:
323. SARAH9 FORD (799) (William, #646) was born circa 1725 at Possibly Goochland, Virginia. She married George Holland (798) (see #322), son of Michael Holland , Sr. (800) and Judith (--?--) (801), on 27 Aug 1746 at Goochland, Virginia.518 She died before 1757 at Louisa, Virginia.
324. WILLIAM9 SIMPSON (1672) was born at Of Virginia.

     Children of William9 Simpson (1672) and Agnes (--?--) (2003) (see #325) were:
325. AGNES9 (--?--) (2003) was born at Of Virginia.
326. WILLIAM ALLEN9 LANCASTER (2001) (John Lankaster, #652)519 was born in 1738 at England.520 He married Judith Williamson (2002) (see #327), daughter of John Williamson (1106) and Prudence Cox (3141), in 1769 at Henrico, Virginia.521 He died before 1783 at Near Farmville, Henrico, Virginia.522

     Children of William Allen9 Lancaster (2001) and Judith Williamson (2002) (see #327) were as follows:
327. JUDITH9 WILLIAMSON (2002) (John, #654)532 was born circa 1740 at North Carolina.533 She married William Allen Lancaster (2001) (see #326), son of John Lankaster (2029) and Frances Allen (2768), in 1769 at Henrico, Virginia.534 She died before 1783 at Prince Edward, Virginia.535
336. WILLIAM9 MIXSON (1033) (John Mixon, #672) was born in 1705 at Gloucester, Virginia. He married Frances (--?--) (1036) (see #337) circa 1730 at South Carolina. He died before 13 Jan 1783 at Kershaw District, South Carolina.
     William Mixson was born in Virginia in 1705. He moved with his family at an early age to North Carolina. As early as about 1730 he married Frances _____. Frances was born about 1715 and was still living in Orangeburg District, South Carolina, in 1800. William Mixson received a patent in 1743 of 200 acres of land on Severson Creek, on the east side of the Pungo River (1). He was a juror in Hyde County, North Carolina in 1744. He sold his land in Hyde County in 1744. He moved to Craven County, North Carolina, where he entered a 300 acre grant on the north side of the Neuse River. William sold this land in 1769 and moved to Kershaw District, South Carolina, where he received a grant of 200 acres on 30 Oct 1772. His will was probated on 13 Jan 1783 (1). According to his will all his children were: Prudence, John, Elizabeth, Frances, Michael, Sabrah, and George. {#13}.
     Children of William9 Mixson (1033) and Frances (--?--) (1036) (see #337) were as follows:
337. FRANCES9 (--?--) (1036) was born in 1715. She married William Mixson (1033) (see #336), son of John Mixon III (1017) and Prudence Lide (1026), circa 1730 at South Carolina. She died after 1800 at Probably Orangeburg District, South Carolina.
344. JOHN9 PAGE (2018) was born at Of Goochland, Virginia.

     Children of John9 Page (2018) and Edith Cawthorn (2019) (see #345) were:
345. EDITH9 CAWTHORN (2019) was born at Of Goochland, Virginia.
346. JOHNSON9 HODGES (2016) was born at Of Goochland, Virginia.

     Children of Johnson9 Hodges (2016) and Lucy Page (2017) (see #347) were:
347. LUCY9 PAGE (2017) was born at Of Goochland, Virginia.
Generation Ten
512. JOHN10 LAWRENCE (396) (Henry, #1024)536 was born after 1617 at England.537 He was born circa 1620 at England.538 He married Susanna (--?--) (397) (see #513) before 1642.539 He married Susanna (--?--) (397) circa 1657 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.540 He died circa 1670 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.541
     John Lawrence (396) was a Mariner.542
     He was a son of Henry Lawrence of Charlestown, MA. His age was stated as 36 years in 1654 and 35 years in 1655. He married Susanna __________ before 1642. She afterwards married Thomas Tarball.
     John Lawrence was living in 1669-70. Administration was had on his estate in 1672. The inventory showed a house and a wharf £90; a shallop £40; total £130.
     He is described as a mariner. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown; New England Genealogical Register 20:142.).543

     Children of John10 Lawrence (396) and Susanna (--?--) (397) (see #513) all born at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, were as follows:
513. SUSANNA10 (--?--) (397) was born at England. She married John Lawrence (396) (see #512), son of Henry Lawrence (580) and Christian (--?--) (418), before 1642.573 She married John Lawrence (396), son of Henry Lawrence (580) and Christian (--?--) (418), circa 1657 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.574 She married Thomas Tarball (406) on 15 Aug 1676 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. She died on 5 Jan 1691/92 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
     She married John Lawrence before 1642. Her second husband was Thomas Tarball. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 606.)
     She married Thomas Tarball at Charlestown, MA, on 15 Aug 1676. He died as early as the beginning of 1681 for 'widow Susanna Tarball' was admitted to the Charlestown Church on 6 Mar 1680/81. She died in Charlestown on 5 Jan 1692. (Bond's History of Charlestown, p. 598).
     From the records of the First Church of Charlestown, 'baptized John ye youngest son of Sisr Tarbol his name Lawrence 1 3mo. 1681.' (New England Genealogical Register 26:252.).575
     Susanna (--?--) (397) witnessed the baptism of John Lawrence (407) on 3 Mar 1682 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.576
514. SAMUEL10 WHITTEMORE (430) (Thomas, #1028) was born in 1647 at Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts.577 He married Hannah Rice (437) between 1668 and 1672.578 He married Hannah Rice (437) (see #515) circa 1671.579 He married Hannah Rice (437) in 1672 at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.580 He died on 15 Sep 1726 at Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts.581
     Samuel Whittemore (430) was a Wheelwright.

     He was a son of Thomas Whittemore of Charlestown, MA, and was born in 1647. He married Hannah Rice of Dover, NH. He died in Cambridge, MA, on 15 Sep 1726. He was taxed in Charlestown, MA, in 1668 and in Dover, NH (Oyster River), in 1672. (New England Genealogical Register 4:250, 34:273; furnished by Mary P. Whittemore from the papers of Thomas. F. Whittemore.)
     His will was probated 20 Jan 1726/27 and mentions his daughter Sarah Lawrence. The inventory shows nine acres of land £100, total £161. He was a wheelwright. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1027).582

     Children of Samuel10 Whittemore (430) and Hannah Rice (437) (see #515) were as follows:
515. HANNAH10 RICE (437)612 was born in 1652.613 She married Samuel Whittemore (430), son of Thomas Whittemore (451) and Hannah Chawkley (452), between 1668 and 1672.614 She married Samuel Whittemore (430) (see #514), son of Thomas Whittemore (451) and Hannah Chawkley (452), circa 1671.615 She married Samuel Whittemore (430), son of Thomas Whittemore (451) and Hannah Chawkley (452), in 1672 at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.616 She died on 17 May 1728 at Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
     She was of Dover, NH, at the time of her marriage to Samuel Whittemore between 1668 and 1672. She was baptized on 5 Jun 1687, and was then 30 years of age. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1037).
     The baptismal date and the inscription on her tombstone fix her birth in 1657. The inscription reads, 'Here lyes ye body of Mrs. Hannah Whittemore who died May 1728 aged about 76 years,' (Cambridge Epitaphs, p. 76).
     She had a cousin, Mary Langwill Ricks, who was married to Benjamin Ricks in Boston, MA, 23 Feb 1715/16 (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1027).617
      She was also known as Hannah Rix (437).618
      She was also known as Hannah Ricks (437).619
520. JEREMIAH10 BIRCH (467) (Thomas, #1040) was born on 14 Jul 1649 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He died at Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
     Jeremiah Birch (467) was a Blacksmith.

     He moved to Stonington, CT, in 1670 and had a grant of land east of the present village of Clarke's Falls. (Wheeler's History of Stonington.).620

     Children of Jeremiah10 Birch (467) all born Stonington, New London, Connecticut include:
522. JOHN10 RATHBUN , JR. (526) (John Rathbone, #1044) was born circa 1655 at Probably Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married an unknown person on 10 Jan 1678/79 at Block Island, Rhode Island. He married Ann Dodge (558) (see #523), daughter of Tristram Dodge (532) and Anne (--?--) (533), on 11 Nov 1686 at Kings Province, Washington, Rhode Island. He died in 1723 at Block Island, Rhode Island.

     Children of John10 Rathbun , Jr. (526) and Ann Dodge (558) (see #523) all born at Block Island, Rhode Island, were as follows:
523. ANN10 DODGE (558) (Tristram, #1046) was born circa 1660 at Of Block Island, Rhode Island. She married John Rathbun , Jr. (526) (see #522), son of John Rathbone (524) and Margaret Acres (525), on 11 Nov 1686 at Kings Province, Washington, Rhode Island. She died in 1723 at Block Island, Rhode Island.
524. LIONEL10 UDALL (507) was born at of Exeter, Devonshire, England.
     He was an innholder at Exeter, England. There is a tradition that he left England in haste about 1715 because he feared a charge of treason based on his harboring rebels in his inn. He had a wife, Anna, and a son, Lionel.
     A descendant in California has a parchment lease by which land was conveyed to this Lionel Udall in 1694 and which was probably afterwards in the possession of his son, Lionel, the head of the American family. (Manuscript record by Alvah Udall; Letter of G.B.L. Arner, New York, NY.)
     G.B.L. Arner published and exhaustive list of the descendants of the American Lionel Udall in the Genealogical Exchange of Buffalo, NY, about 1905.621

     Children of Lionel10 Udall (507) and Anna (--?--) (508) (see #525) were:
525. ANNA10 (--?--) (508).
526. SAMUEL10 BILL (491) (Philip, #1052) was born circa 1665 at Near Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married Mercy Haughton (492) (see #527), daughter of Richard Haughton (519) and Katherine (--?--) (520).
     He was born in, or near, Boston about 1665 and was the second son of Phillip Bill. He went to Connecticut with his father in 1669. He married Mercy, daughter of Richard Haughton of Boston and New London. His second wife's name was Elizabeth.
     He and his wife, Mercy, were admitted to the church in New London on 3 Sep 1693. He was one of five members of the church who signed a paper entitled "Complaint against the Elder of the Church of Christ in New London.      The Elder was the Reverend Gurdon Saltonstall, pastor of the church and afterwards Governor of Connecticut. For this the five were dismissed from the church. (Caulkin's History of New London, Connecticut.).622

     Children of Samuel10 Bill (491) and Mercy Haughton (492) (see #527) were as follows:
527. MERCY10 HAUGHTON (492) (Richard, #1054) was born at Of New London, New London, Connecticut. She married Samuel Bill (491) (see #526), son of Philip Bill (537) and Hannah Waite (538).
     She was a daughter of RIchard and Katherine Haughton and married Samuel Bill. (Caulkin's History of New London, Connecticut.).623
528. JAMES10 MOTT (1528) (Adam, #1056).
     James Mott (1528) was baptized on 5 Oct 1651 at Hempstead, Queens, New York.624 He was born before 15 Oct 1651 at Mamaroneck, Westchester, New York.625 He married Mary Redman (1558) (see #529), daughter of (--?--) Redman (3178) and Ann Parsons (3177), on 5 Sep 1670. He married Elizabeth Bloomer (1523) before 1698 at Mamaroneck, Westchester, New York.626 He died on 23 Nov 1707 at Mamaroneck, Westchester, New York.
     His estate was probated on 27 Nov 1707 at Mamaroneck, Westchester, New York.627
     James Mott was a vestryman in the English (Episcopalian) church.628

     Children of James10 Mott (1528) and Mary Redman (1558) (see #529) were as follows:
529. MARY10 REDMAN (1558) ((?), #1058)633 married James Mott (1528) (see #528), son of Adam Mott (1512) and Jenne Hulet (1513), on 5 Sep 1670. She died before 1698.634
530. EDWARD10 BURLING (3183) (Edward, #1060)635 was born before 20 Oct 1639 at Barking, Essex, England.636
     Edward Burling (3183) was baptized on 20 Oct 1639 at St. Margaret's Church, Barking, Essex, England.637
     Edward Burling (3183) was christened on 20 Oct 1639 at St. Margaret's Church, Barking, Essex, England.638 He married Grace Norrington (3184) (see #531), daughter of William Norrington (3203) and Grace Harwood (3204), on 16 Dec 1673 at Tottenham Friends Monthly Meeting, Tottenham, Essex, England.639 He died on 6 Aug 1697 at New York, New York.640
     Edward Burling (3183) was a wheelwright.641
     Edward Burling (3183) and Grace Norrington (3184) were Society of Friends.642
      As of 20 Oct 1639, he was also known as Edward Burley (3183).643
      As of 2 Jul 1665, he was also known as Edward Burlin (3183).644 Edward Burlin (sic) Sr., wheelwright, and Edward Burlin (sic) Jr., wheelwright, confessed to attending an illegal meeting of the Society of Friends in the house of William Williams of East Ham. Both were sentenced to two months in the House of Correction in Barking unless able to pay fines: of 5£ for Edward Sr.; and 2£ 13s 4d for Edward Jr. Both Edward Sr. and Edward Jr. refused and were incarcerated in the House of Correction at Barking.645
     Edward Burling (3183) was a Wheelwright on 2 Jul 1665 at Essex, England.

     Edward Burling (3183) immigrated circa 1680 to New York.646 Edward Burling was made a freeman of the City of New York.647
     Edward Burling (3183) lived in before May 1695 at Hewlett's Island, New York.648

     Children of Edward10 Burling (3183) and Grace Norrington (3184) (see #531) were as follows:
531. GRACE10 NORRINGTON (3184) (William, #1062)671 was born circa 1651 at West Ham, Essex, England.672 She married Edward Burling (3183) (see #530), son of Edward Burling (3194) and Katherine Bowler (3195), on 16 Dec 1673 at Tottenham Friends Monthly Meeting, Tottenham, Essex, England.673 She married John Ferris Sr. (3185) in 1706 at Flushing, Queens, New York.674 She died on 28 Feb 1715/16 at Flushing, Queens, New York.675
     Grace Norrington (3184) and Edward Burling (3183) were Society of Friends.676
      As of 16 Dec 1673, she was also known as Grace Norington (3184).677
544. JOHN10 LAWRENCE (396) (Henry, #1024)678 was born after 1617 at England.679 He was born circa 1620 at England.680 He married Susanna (--?--) (397) (see #513) before 1642.681 He married Susanna (--?--) (397) circa 1657 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.682 He died circa 1670 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.683
     John Lawrence (396) was a Mariner.684
     He was a son of Henry Lawrence of Charlestown, MA. His age was stated as 36 years in 1654 and 35 years in 1655. He married Susanna __________ before 1642. She afterwards married Thomas Tarball.
     John Lawrence was living in 1669-70. Administration was had on his estate in 1672. The inventory showed a house and a wharf £90; a shallop £40; total £130.
     He is described as a mariner. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown; New England Genealogical Register 20:142.).685

     Children of John10 Lawrence (396) and Susanna (--?--) (397) (see #513) all born at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, were as follows:
545. SUSANNA10 (--?--) (397) was born at England. She married John Lawrence (396) (see #512), son of Henry Lawrence (580) and Christian (--?--) (418), before 1642.715 She married John Lawrence (396), son of Henry Lawrence (580) and Christian (--?--) (418), circa 1657 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.716 She married Thomas Tarball (406) on 15 Aug 1676 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. She died on 5 Jan 1691/92 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
     She married John Lawrence before 1642. Her second husband was Thomas Tarball. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 606.)
     She married Thomas Tarball at Charlestown, MA, on 15 Aug 1676. He died as early as the beginning of 1681 for 'widow Susanna Tarball' was admitted to the Charlestown Church on 6 Mar 1680/81. She died in Charlestown on 5 Jan 1692. (Bond's History of Charlestown, p. 598).
     From the records of the First Church of Charlestown, 'baptized John ye youngest son of Sisr Tarbol his name Lawrence 1 3mo. 1681.' (New England Genealogical Register 26:252.).717
     Susanna (--?--) (397) witnessed the baptism of John Lawrence (407) on 3 Mar 1682 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.718
546. SAMUEL10 WHITTEMORE (430) (Thomas, #1028) was born in 1647 at Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts.719 He married Hannah Rice (437) between 1668 and 1672.720 He married Hannah Rice (437) (see #515) circa 1671.721 He married Hannah Rice (437) in 1672 at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.722 He died on 15 Sep 1726 at Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts.723
     Samuel Whittemore (430) was a Wheelwright.

     He was a son of Thomas Whittemore of Charlestown, MA, and was born in 1647. He married Hannah Rice of Dover, NH. He died in Cambridge, MA, on 15 Sep 1726. He was taxed in Charlestown, MA, in 1668 and in Dover, NH (Oyster River), in 1672. (New England Genealogical Register 4:250, 34:273; furnished by Mary P. Whittemore from the papers of Thomas. F. Whittemore.)
     His will was probated 20 Jan 1726/27 and mentions his daughter Sarah Lawrence. The inventory shows nine acres of land £100, total £161. He was a wheelwright. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1027).724

     Children of Samuel10 Whittemore (430) and Hannah Rice (437) (see #515) were as follows:
547. HANNAH10 RICE (437)754 was born in 1652.755 She married Samuel Whittemore (430), son of Thomas Whittemore (451) and Hannah Chawkley (452), between 1668 and 1672.756 She married Samuel Whittemore (430) (see #514), son of Thomas Whittemore (451) and Hannah Chawkley (452), circa 1671.757 She married Samuel Whittemore (430), son of Thomas Whittemore (451) and Hannah Chawkley (452), in 1672 at Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.758 She died on 17 May 1728 at Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
     She was of Dover, NH, at the time of her marriage to Samuel Whittemore between 1668 and 1672. She was baptized on 5 Jun 1687, and was then 30 years of age. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1037).
     The baptismal date and the inscription on her tombstone fix her birth in 1657. The inscription reads, 'Here lyes ye body of Mrs. Hannah Whittemore who died May 1728 aged about 76 years,' (Cambridge Epitaphs, p. 76).
     She had a cousin, Mary Langwill Ricks, who was married to Benjamin Ricks in Boston, MA, 23 Feb 1715/16 (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1027).759
      She was also known as Hannah Rix (437).760
      She was also known as Hannah Ricks (437).761
552. JEREMIAH10 BIRCH (467) (Thomas, #1040) was born on 14 Jul 1649 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He died at Stonington, New London, Connecticut.
     Jeremiah Birch (467) was a Blacksmith.

     He moved to Stonington, CT, in 1670 and had a grant of land east of the present village of Clarke's Falls. (Wheeler's History of Stonington.).762

     Children of Jeremiah10 Birch (467) all born Stonington, New London, Connecticut include:
554. JOHN10 RATHBUN , JR. (526) (John Rathbone, #1044) was born circa 1655 at Probably Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married an unknown person on 10 Jan 1678/79 at Block Island, Rhode Island. He married Ann Dodge (558) (see #523), daughter of Tristram Dodge (532) and Anne (--?--) (533), on 11 Nov 1686 at Kings Province, Washington, Rhode Island. He died in 1723 at Block Island, Rhode Island.

     Children of John10 Rathbun , Jr. (526) and Ann Dodge (558) (see #523) all born at Block Island, Rhode Island, were as follows:
555. ANN10 DODGE (558) (Tristram, #1046) was born circa 1660 at Of Block Island, Rhode Island. She married John Rathbun , Jr. (526) (see #522), son of John Rathbone (524) and Margaret Acres (525), on 11 Nov 1686 at Kings Province, Washington, Rhode Island. She died in 1723 at Block Island, Rhode Island.
556. LIONEL10 UDALL (507) was born at of Exeter, Devonshire, England.
     He was an innholder at Exeter, England. There is a tradition that he left England in haste about 1715 because he feared a charge of treason based on his harboring rebels in his inn. He had a wife, Anna, and a son, Lionel.
     A descendant in California has a parchment lease by which land was conveyed to this Lionel Udall in 1694 and which was probably afterwards in the possession of his son, Lionel, the head of the American family. (Manuscript record by Alvah Udall; Letter of G.B.L. Arner, New York, NY.)
     G.B.L. Arner published and exhaustive list of the descendants of the American Lionel Udall in the Genealogical Exchange of Buffalo, NY, about 1905.763

     Children of Lionel10 Udall (507) and Anna (--?--) (508) (see #525) were:
557. ANNA10 (--?--) (508).
558. SAMUEL10 BILL (491) (Philip, #1052) was born circa 1665 at Near Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married Mercy Haughton (492) (see #527), daughter of Richard Haughton (519) and Katherine (--?--) (520).
     He was born in, or near, Boston about 1665 and was the second son of Phillip Bill. He went to Connecticut with his father in 1669. He married Mercy, daughter of Richard Haughton of Boston and New London. His second wife's name was Elizabeth.
     He and his wife, Mercy, were admitted to the church in New London on 3 Sep 1693. He was one of five members of the church who signed a paper entitled "Complaint against the Elder of the Church of Christ in New London.      The Elder was the Reverend Gurdon Saltonstall, pastor of the church and afterwards Governor of Connecticut. For this the five were dismissed from the church. (Caulkin's History of New London, Connecticut.).764

     Children of Samuel10 Bill (491) and Mercy Haughton (492) (see #527) were as follows:
559. MERCY10 HAUGHTON (492) (Richard, #1054) was born at Of New London, New London, Connecticut. She married Samuel Bill (491) (see #526), son of Philip Bill (537) and Hannah Waite (538).
     She was a daughter of RIchard and Katherine Haughton and married Samuel Bill. (Caulkin's History of New London, Connecticut.).765
560. SAMUEL10 HUESTIS (2149) (Robert, #1120)766 was born circa 1667 at Westchester, New York.767 He married Elizabeth Pell (2150) (see #561), daughter of John Pell (2151) and Rachel Pinckney (2226), before 1 May 1700 at Westchester, New York.768 He died after 23 Jan 1741 at Philipsburgh, Westchester, New York.769

     Children of Samuel10 Huestis (2149) and Elizabeth Pell (2150) (see #561) were as follows:
561. ELIZABETH10 PELL (2150) (John, #1122)780 married Samuel Huestis (2149) (see #560), son of Robert Huestis (2152) and Elizabeth Buxton (2153), before 1 May 1700 at Westchester, New York.781
640. JOHN10 ROBINSON , JR. (687) (Thomas, #1280)782 was born before 1692 at Henrico, Virginia.783 He married Tabitha Jones (688) (see #641), daughter of Edward Jones (1630) and Mary Field (690), circa 1712 at Henrico, Virginia. He died before 15 Apr 1768 at Cumberland, Virginia.
     John Robinson, Jr., was born in Goochland Count (now Cumberland County), Virginia in 1700. In about 1720 he married Tabitha Scruggs (the daughter of Charles Scruggs and Mary Fields). Tabitha Scruggs must have died before 1768 as she was not mentioned in the will of John Robinson. John Robinson purchased 400 acres of land near the head of Muddy Creek in Goochland County in 1738 (1,2,3,4). This property was contiguous with the land of William Bradshaw, Samuel Nichols and William Fabor (2). John Robinson later acquired 500 acres of land on Deep Creek (1). He was a member of Southam Parish, Cumberland County, from 1745-1751 (5). The will of John Robinson was dated 11 Dec 1767 and proved in Cumberland County Court on 15 Apr 1768.
     Children of John10 Robinson , Jr. (687) and Tabitha Jones (688) (see #641) all born at Goochland, Virginia, were as follows:
641. TABITHA10 JONES (688) (Edward, #1282) was born circa 1686 at Of Henrico, Virginia.784 She married John Robinson , Jr. (687) (see #640), son of Thomas Robinson Jr. (2134) and Elizabeth (--?--) (2135), circa 1712 at Henrico, Virginia. She died before 1768 at Probably Cumberland, Virginia.
644. MICHAEL10 HOLLAND , SR. (800) was born in 1666 at Nansemond, Virginia. He died in 1746 at Goochland or Louisa, Virginia.

     Children of Michael10 Holland , Sr. (800) and Judith (--?--) (801) (see #645) were as follows:
645. JUDITH10 (--?--) (801) died at Probably Goochland, Virginia.
646. WILLIAM10 FORD (807) was born before 1705 at Surry, Virginia.785

     Children of William10 Ford (807) include:
652. JOHN10 LANKASTER (2029) was born in 1695 at England.786 He married Frances Allen (2768) (see #653), daughter of William Allen (2779), circa 1722.787 He died after 1769 at Possibly England.

     Children of John10 Lankaster (2029) and Frances Allen (2768) (see #653) were as follows:
653. FRANCES10 ALLEN (2768) (William, #1306)808 was born circa 1700 at London, England.809 She married John Lankaster (2029) (see #652) circa 1722.810
654. JOHN10 WILLIAMSON (1106) (John, #1308) was born circa 1721 at Of Henrico, Virginia.811 He married Prudence Cox (3141) (see #655), daughter of William Cox (3147) and Sarah (--?--) (3148), on 17 Jan 1737 at Hanover, Virginia.812 He died in 1757 at Probably Henrico, Virginia.
     Sold land Prudence Cox inherited from her father, William Cox.813

     Children of John10 Williamson (1106) and Prudence Cox (3141) (see #655) were:
655. PRUDENCE10 COX (3141) (William, #1310)814 married John Williamson (1106) (see #654), son of John Williamson (2021) and Rebecca Chamberlayne (2022), on 17 Jan 1737 at Hanover, Virginia.815
     Were listed with 300 acres in the quit rent roll of Henrico County.
Sold land Prudence Cox inherited from her father, William Cox.816
672. JOHN10 MIXON III (1017) (John, #1344) was born on 14 Feb 1679/80 at Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia. He died on 27 Feb 1733/34 at Carteret, North Carolina, at age 54.
     John Mixon III was born on 14 Feb 1680 in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia. In the Gloucester County Rent Roll of 1704-1705 for Abingdon Parish, John Mixon is listed with 400 acres. He married Prudence Lide as his first wife. She was born in 1683 and probably died on 9 Jun 1728 in North Carolina (1). John and Prudence moved to Chowan County, North Carolina, before or during 1711. John Mixon took as his second wife on Jun 1729 Joyce Cleave Phillips. They married in Hyde County, North Carolina. Her first husband, Thomas Phillips, died early in 1729 (1). On 18 Mar 1731 John Mixon purchased from William Howard 135 acres of land on teh White Oak River in Carteret County, North Carolina (1). He died intestate on 27 Feb 1734 in Onslow County, North Carolina (1). John and Prudence had six children, the names of four of whom are known: George, William, John, and Sabrah (1). {#13}.
     Children of John10 Mixon III (1017) and Prudence Lide (1026) (see #673) were as follows:
673. PRUDENCE10 LIDE (1026) was born on 18 Mar 1682/83 at Probably Gloucester, Virginia. She died on 9 Jun 1738 at South Carolina at age 55.
Generation Eleven
1024. HENRY11 LAWRENCE (580) was born circa 1590 at England. He married Christian (--?--) (418) (see #1025) at England.817 He married Christian (--?--) (418) before 1618 at England.818 He died before 1647 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.819
     He was a mariner and/or a husbandman.820
     Henry Lawrence (580) was a Mariner? at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.821
     He was illiterate.822
     He was a resident of Charlestown, MA, in 1635. His wife was Christian __________, who died on 3 Mar 1647/48. Their son, John, was born as early as 1618. He owned land as shown by the Charlestown records. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 606.)
     In the first division of land on 'Mistick side' on 20 Apr 1638 he received five acres. (Bond's History of Watertown, p. 819.)
     In the pedigree of John Lawrence of Watertown, baptized at Wisset, England, on 8 Oct 1609 (compiled by Horatio G. Somerby) which traces back by wills to Thomas Lawrence of Rumburgh, Suffolk (will proved and dated in 1471), Henry Lawrence of Wisset is described as the father of the above named John Lawrence of Watertown "supposed to be the Henry Lawrence of Charlestown as early as 1635, died between 1638 and 1647." An analysis of dates and records shows this statement to be very doubtful; but Henry Lawrence of Charlestown may have been a son of Henry Lawrence of Wisset and a brother of John Lawrence of Watertown, though this is but a surmise. Somerby's pedigree is printed in Bond's History of Watertown, on p. 1081.823
     After inspecting the matter I have decided that Somerby's Pedigree is questionable at best in linking John Lawrence of Watertown to Henry Lawrence of Charletown. It is also doubtful that the Henry of Wisset is the same as Henry of Charlestown.
     C.E. Banks surmised that Henry Lawrence came from St. Alban's, Hertfordshire.
-- David M. Lawrence.

     Henry Lawrence (580) was a Husbandman at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.824
     Henry Lawrence (580) was a Fisherman at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.825 He was a resident of Charlestown.826

     Children of Henry11 Lawrence (580) and Christian (--?--) (418) (see #1025) were:
1025. CHRISTIAN11 (--?--) (418)827 was born at England. She married Henry Lawrence (580) (see #1024) at England.828 She married Henry Lawrence (580) before 1618 at England.829 She died on 3 Mar 1647/48 at Probably Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.830
      She was also known as Christiana (418).831
1028. THOMAS11 WHITTEMORE (451) (Thomas, #2056).
     Thomas Whittemore (451) was baptized on 6 Jan 1592/93 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.832 He married Sarah Deardes (455) on 14 Apr 1623 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.833 He married Hannah Chawkley (452) (see #1029) on 26 Oct 1632 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.834 He died on 25 May 1661 at Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at age 68.835
     THOMAS, son of Thomas and Mary Meade Whittemore, was born 6th January, 1593. He was married three times. He lived at Charleston, Mass. after coming from England. He was buried 25th May, 1661.836
     He was illiterate.837
     He was a son of Thomas and Mary Meade Whittemore. He was born on 6 Feb 1593 and buried on 25 May 1661. He married first Sarah __________; second Sarah Deardes; third Hannah. (furnished by Mary P. Whittemore from the papers of Thomas F. Whittemore.)
     He emigrated to New England in 1641/42 (New England Genealogical Register 30:170).
     He resided in Charlestown, MA, on the Malden side, near Chelsea, where he died. He mentions in his will his wife Hannah and (inter alia) his son Samuel. (Paige's History of Cambridge, p. 687.)
     Sara Deardes was buried on 7 Nov 1628. His will was made on 8 Feb 1660 and probated on 25 Jun 1661. The inventory showed a house and 70 acres of land £220. Total £286. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1021.)
     He married Sarah Deardes on 14 Apr 1623. His farm, bounded east by Chelsea and south by the Mystic River was owned by the family until 1845. It is now in the town of Everett. (Whittemore Genealogy, 1893.).838
     Thomas Whittemore (451) lived in in 1639 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.839

     Children of Thomas11 Whittemore (451) and Hannah Chawkley (452) (see #1029) were as follows:
1029. HANNAH11 CHAWKLEY (452) was born circa 1612 at England.871 She married Thomas Whittemore (451) (see #1028), son of Thomas Whittemore (449) and Mary Meade (450), on 26 Oct 1632 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.872 She married Benjamin Butterfield (454) on 3 Jun 1663 at Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts.873 She died on 19 May 1677 at Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts.874
     She was the second or third wife of Thomas Whittemore and was 50 years old in 1662. Her second marriage was to Benjammin Buttterfield, at Chelmsford, MA, on 3 Jun 1663. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1021 and 161.).875
1040. THOMAS11 BIRCH (521) (Jonathan, #2080) was born at England. He died on 8 May 1657 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
     Thomas Birch (521) was a Blacksmith.

     The will of Thomas Beman, 1638, refers to land bought of Jonathan Birch of Dorchester, MA. (New England Genealogical Register 14:258.)
     The above Jonathan may have been the father of Thomas Birch of Dorchester, all of whose children were minors in 1654.
     Thomas Birch was paid four shillings in 1651 for iron work done on the meeting house. He died 3 Oct 1657. In his will, dated 6 Jun 1654, he provided for sons Joseph and Jeremiah, daughter Mary and five children not named. On 31 Jan 1664 the administrator asked that the whole estate be turned over to Joseph Birch, then 21 years of age, and for him to provide for the other children. (Pope's Pioneers of Massachusetts.).876

     Children of Thomas11 Birch (521) all born Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts include:
1044. JOHN11 RATHBONE (524) (Thomas, #2088) was born before 8 Mar 1628/29 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He married Margaret Acres (525) (see #1045), daughter of Thomas Acres (1617), circa 1656. He died in 1702.
     He was born about 1634. He married Margaret, daughter of Tristram Dodge, about 1656. He was one of those who met on 17 Aug 1660 at the home of John Alcock, M.D., in Roxbury, MA, to confer about the purchase of Block Island. He was admitted a freeman at Block Island, RI, in 1664. In 1683 he was a representative to the Rhode Island General Assembly from Block Island. His will was proved an 6 Oct 1702. (Rathbone Genealogy by John C. Cooley, p. 13.).877

     Children of John11 Rathbone (524) and Margaret Acres (525) (see #1045) were as follows:
1045. MARGARET11 ACRES (525) (Thomas, #2090) was born before 15 Sep 1633 at Prescott Parish, Lancashire, England. She married John Rathbone (524) (see #1044), son of Thomas Rathbone (1592) and Alice Childwall (1593), circa 1656. She died after 6 Oct 1702 at Probably RI.
1046. TRISTRAM11 DODGE (532) was born circa 1620 at Near Tweed River, Northumberland, England. He died before 6 Dec 1683 at Block Island, Rhode Island.
     The printed genealogies of the descendants of Tristram Dodge mention no daughter, Margaret, and there is no evidence (in 1907) other that Mr. Cooley's statement in the Rathbone Genealogy that Margaret Dodge, wife of John Rathbone, was such a daughter. No Rathbone interest is shown in the Dodge family deeds on the New Shoreham (Block Island) records.
     Tristram Dodge was one of the original settlers on Block Island and had five acres of land. He was a fisherman from Newfoundland. He traded in Boston in 1648.
     He was made a freeman on 4 May 1664. He was a sargeant in 1676. He went to Block Island in 1661 and was dead intestate in 1720. (From E.L. Smith, Genealogist, Boston, MA.).879

     Children of Tristram11 Dodge (532) and Anne (--?--) (533) (see #1047) all born at Of Block Island, Rhode Island, were as follows:
1047. ANNE11 (--?--) (533) was born at Of Block Island, Rhode Island. She died after 27 Feb 1685/86 at Probably Block Island, Rhode Island.
1052. PHILIP11 BILL (537) (James, #2104) was born before 7 Apr 1629 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He married Hannah Waite (538) (see #1053), daughter of Samuel Waite (1434) and Mary Ward (1448).880 He died on 8 Jul 1689 at New London, New London, Connecticut.
     He was born in 1620 and came to America in 1634 with his mother Dorothy. (American Ancestry, 5:21.)
     He is first known of "at Pulling Point near James Bill," in 1660. This is now Winthrop, Mass. He was in Ipswich in May 1663. In 1668 he returned to Pulling Point and shortly after moved to New London. He settled east of the River Thames near Robert Allyn and George Geer. (Caulkin's History of New London, p. 146.)
     In 1670 he was fined for neglect of training (do p. 250).
     He died on 8 Jul 1689. His daughter, Margaret, died the same day. Both were victims of an epidemic throat disease that was prevalent in July and August of that year.
     Mr. Bradstreet baptized his son, Jonathan on 5 Nov 1671 and adds to the record that the father was a member of the church at Ipswich. Another son, Joshua, was baptized in 1675. The other childred, probably born in Ipswich, were Philip, Samuel, John and Elizabeth (do p. 320).
     Either he or his son, Philip, served in King Philip's War. (Book of the Society of Colonial Wars.).881

     Children of Philip11 Bill (537) and Hannah Waite (538) (see #1053) were as follows:
1053. HANNAH11 WAITE (538) (Samuel, #2106) was born circa 1622. She married Philip Bill (537) (see #1052), son of James Bill (559) and Dorothy Tuttle (560).882 She married Samuel Bucknall (546) after 1689 at New London, New London, Connecticut. She died before 13 Jul 1709 at Groton, New London, Connecticut.
     She was the wife of Philip Bill. Her family name is not known. After the death of Philip Bill she married Samuel Bucknall. (Caulkin's History of New London, p. 250.).883
1054. RICHARD11 HAUGHTON (519) was born at Of Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married Katherine (--?--) (520) (see #1055) circa 1663. He married Alice (--?--) (553) after 1670. He died before 6 Oct 1681 at New London, New London, Connecticut.
     Richard Haughton (519) was a Shipwright.

     "Richard Haughton, a Boston man, desired a lot," (New London records: Town Book No. 1).
     Though called a Boston man here, the name of Richard Haughton is not found in any of the early records of that place, except in the conveyance of a dwelling house and garden to Sampson Shore, tailor, 27th of 8 mo. 1651, which probably was about the period he moved his family to Pequot. He had married a widow Charlet of Boston and the tenement had probably belonged to her. Haughton had a house lot granted on Foxen's Hill. (Caulkins History of New London, Connecticut, p. 75.)
     He was in the fight with Uncas in 1657. (do. p. 127).
     He died in 1682. This event took place at Wetherfield while Haughton was engaged at work as a shipwright on a vessel there. Of his children no regular list has been obtained. Massapeag Neck, a fine tract of land on the river, within the bounds of Mogegan proper, was granted to Haughton by deed of the Sachem, Uncas, on 19 Aug 1658. The laws of the colony prohibited individuals from contracting with the Indians for land; nevertheless the General Court confirmed the grant upon certain conditions, asserting as one reason for their indulgence to Haughton "his charge of children." We infer from this that he had a young and numerous family. Eight children can be traced, of whom three, Robert, Joseph and John are supposed to belong to a first, unknown wife, dating their birth anterior to the settlement of the family at New London (the name of Richard Haughton is found in 1646 among the settlers in Milford, Lambert's New Haven Colony, p. 91). Robert, son of Richard Haughton, died in Milford in 1678.
     After the death of Katherine, wife of Richard Haughton, in 1670, he married Alice ___________, who survived him and became the wife of Samuel Cromber of Westerley (do. p. 299).884

     Children of Richard11 Haughton (519) and Katherine (--?--) (520) (see #1055) were as follows:
1055. KATHERINE11 (--?--) (520) married Nicholas Charlet (547) before 1643. She married Richard Haughton (519) (see #1054) circa 1663. She died on 9 Aug 1670 at New London, New London, Connecticut.
     In 1645 she was the wife of Nicholas Charlet of Boston. (Boston records in the New England Genealogical Register 8:37.)
     She married Richard Haughton, probably before 1651. By her first husband she had two daughters, Elizabeth, born 15 Jul 1643, and Mary. She died 9 Aug 1670. (Caulkin's History of New London.)
     From the court records of 30 Jun 1664, "Mrs. Haughton summons Mrs. Skillinger befor the Commissioners for abusing her daughter in the meeting house. We not finding legal proofs hereof judge it meet that Mrs. Haughton tutor her daughter better and not occasion disturbance in the meeting house by any unmeet carriage to her betters hereafter; and this being the first time enforct it no farther," (do p. 248).885
1056. ADAM11 MOTT (1512) (James, #2112) was born before 21 Jan 1620/21 at Saffron Walden, Essex, England.886
     Adam Mott (1512) was baptized on 21 Jan 1620/21 at Saffron Walden, Essex, England.887 He married Jenne Hulet (1513) (see #1057) on 28 Jul 1647 at New Amsterdam, New Netherlands.888 He married Elizabeth Richbell (1557), daughter of John Richbell (1563) and Ann Parsons (1564), in 1667. He died after 1682 at Hempstead, Queens, New York.889
     Adam Mott (1512) immigrated in 1638 to Newbury, Massachusetts.890
     Adam Mott (1512) left a will in 1681.891

     Children of Adam11 Mott (1512) and Jenne Hulet (1513) (see #1057) were as follows:
1057. JENNE11 HULET (1513) was born in 1625 at Buckinghamshire, England.892 She married Adam Mott (1512) (see #1056), son of James Mott (1552) and Grace (--?--) (1553), on 28 Jul 1647 at New Amsterdam, New Netherlands.893
1058. (--?--)11 REDMAN (3178)894 married Ann Parsons (3177) (see #1059).

     Children of (--?--)11 Redman (3178) and Ann Parsons (3177) (see #1059) were:
1059. ANN11 PARSONS (3177)895 married John Richbell (3182).896 She married (--?--) Redman (3178) (see #1058). She died after 1 Apr 1700 at Mamaroneck, Westchester, New York.897
     Ann Parsons (3177) left a will on 1 Apr 1700 at Mamaroneck, Westchester, New York.898
1060. EDWARD11 BURLING (3194)899 was born circa 1613 at Barking, Essex, England.900
     Edward Burling (3194) and Katherine Bowler (3195) obtained a marriage license on 2 Jul 1638 at London, England.901 He married Katherine Bowler (3195) (see #1061), daughter of (--?--) Bowler (3196) and Anne Twitchell (3197), after 2 Jul 1638 at St. Botolph Aldgate or St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London, England.902 He died on 10 May 1677 at Barking, Essex, England.903
     His estate was probated on 2 Feb 1679 at London, England.904
     Edward Burling (3194) was a Wheelwright on 2 Jul 1638 at Barking, Essex, England.905
     Edward Burling (3194) was a Wheelwright on 2 Jul 1665 at Essex, England.
Edward Burlin (sic) Sr., wheelwright, and Edward Burlin (sic) Jr., wheelwright, confessed to attending an illegal meeting of the Society of Friends in the house of William Williams of East Ham. Both were sentenced to two months in the House of Correction in Barking unless able to pay fines: of 5£ for Edward Sr.; and 2£ 13s 4d for Edward Jr. Both Edward Sr. and Edward Jr. refused and were incarcerated in the House of Correction at Barking.906
      As of 2 Jul 1665, he was also known as Edward Burlin (3194).907 The Tottenham Monthly Meeting (Society of Friends) bought 0.5 acres of land from Edward Burling to be used as a burial ground.908

     Children of Edward11 Burling (3194) and Katherine Bowler (3195) (see #1061) all born at Barking, Essex, England, were as follows:
1061. KATHERINE11 BOWLER (3195) ((?), #2122)925 was born circa 1618 at England.926
     Katherine Bowler (3195) and Edward Burling (3194) obtained a marriage license on 2 Jul 1638 at London, England.927 She married Edward Burling (3194) (see #1060) after 2 Jul 1638 at St. Botolph Aldgate or St. Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street, London, England.928 She died before 28 Feb 1678 at Barking, Essex, England.929
1062. WILLIAM11 NORRINGTON (3203) (Edward, #2124)930 was born before 2 Sep 1627 at London, England.931
     William Norrington (3203) was christened on 2 Sep 1627 at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster, London, England.932
     William Norrington (3203) was baptized on 15 Sep 1636 at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster, London, England.933 He married Grace Harwood (3204) (see #1063) on 8 Mar 1647 at St. George, Botolph Lane, London, England.934 He died before 23 Mar 1697/98 at West Ham, Essex, England.935
     His estate was probated on 15 Nov 1698 at West Ham, Essex, England.936
     William Norrington and Grace (Harwood) Norrington moved from London to West Ham, Essex, England, in the latter portion of 1648.937 In 1667, William Norrington testified in Chancery Court that he had been Queen's bailiff for 19 years.938
     William Norrington (3203) lived in between 1648 and 1667 at Upton, West Ham, Essex, England.939 William Norrington was made "free of city by redemption," inother words, made a freeman.940 William Norrington was made "free of Stationers Co. by redemption," or released from his apprenticeship at Stationers Company.941 William Norrington was deposed in a Chancery Court case.942 Beginning in 1653, William Norrington, in his capacity as clerk of West Ham, as an officiator in weddings along with Justice of the Peace Robert Smith and Register Edward Lawforde.943 William Norrington witnessed the will of a John Bird, Blacksmith.944 William Norrington is mentioned in court documents as a yeoman of Upton in West Ham.945 William Norrington served as vestry clerk in West Ham Parish.946
     William Norrington (3203) lived in between 1667 and 1674 at Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England.947 William Norrington leased land in Witherings Mead from West Ham.948
     William Norrington (3203) left a will on 20 Nov 1696 at West Ham, Essex, England.949

     Children of William11 Norrington (3203) and Grace Harwood (3204) (see #1063) were as follows:
1063. GRACE11 HARWOOD (3204)977 married William Norrington (3203) (see #1062), son of Edward Norrington (3219) and Ellyn (--?--) (3220), on 8 Mar 1647 at St. George, Botolph Lane, London, England.978 She died before 4 Dec 1685 at West Ham, Essex, England.979
     Grace Harwood (3204) was buried on 4 Dec 1685 at Plaistow, West Ham, Essex, England.980
     Grace Harwood (3204) lived in before 8 Mar 1647 at West Ham, Essex, England.981
     Grace Harwood (3204) lived in on 8 Mar 1647 at The Crown, Dowgate, London, England.982 William Norrington and Grace (Harwood) Norrington moved from London to West Ham, Essex, England, in the latter portion of 1648.983
1088. HENRY11 LAWRENCE (580) was born circa 1590 at England. He married Christian (--?--) (418) (see #1025) at England.984 He married Christian (--?--) (418) before 1618 at England.985 He died before 1647 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.986
     He was a mariner and/or a husbandman.987
     Henry Lawrence (580) was a Mariner? at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.988
     He was illiterate.989
     He was a resident of Charlestown, MA, in 1635. His wife was Christian __________, who died on 3 Mar 1647/48. Their son, John, was born as early as 1618. He owned land as shown by the Charlestown records. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 606.)
     In the first division of land on 'Mistick side' on 20 Apr 1638 he received five acres. (Bond's History of Watertown, p. 819.)
     In the pedigree of John Lawrence of Watertown, baptized at Wisset, England, on 8 Oct 1609 (compiled by Horatio G. Somerby) which traces back by wills to Thomas Lawrence of Rumburgh, Suffolk (will proved and dated in 1471), Henry Lawrence of Wisset is described as the father of the above named John Lawrence of Watertown "supposed to be the Henry Lawrence of Charlestown as early as 1635, died between 1638 and 1647." An analysis of dates and records shows this statement to be very doubtful; but Henry Lawrence of Charlestown may have been a son of Henry Lawrence of Wisset and a brother of John Lawrence of Watertown, though this is but a surmise. Somerby's pedigree is printed in Bond's History of Watertown, on p. 1081.990
     After inspecting the matter I have decided that Somerby's Pedigree is questionable at best in linking John Lawrence of Watertown to Henry Lawrence of Charletown. It is also doubtful that the Henry of Wisset is the same as Henry of Charlestown.
     C.E. Banks surmised that Henry Lawrence came from St. Alban's, Hertfordshire.
-- David M. Lawrence.

     Henry Lawrence (580) was a Husbandman at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.991
     Henry Lawrence (580) was a Fisherman at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.992 He was a resident of Charlestown.993

     Children of Henry11 Lawrence (580) and Christian (--?--) (418) (see #1025) were:
1089. CHRISTIAN11 (--?--) (418)994 was born at England. She married Henry Lawrence (580) (see #1024) at England.995 She married Henry Lawrence (580) before 1618 at England.996 She died on 3 Mar 1647/48 at Probably Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.997
      She was also known as Christiana (418).998
1092. THOMAS11 WHITTEMORE (451) (Thomas, #2056).
     Thomas Whittemore (451) was baptized on 6 Jan 1592/93 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.999 He married Sarah Deardes (455) on 14 Apr 1623 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1000 He married Hannah Chawkley (452) (see #1029) on 26 Oct 1632 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1001 He died on 25 May 1661 at Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at age 68.1002
     THOMAS, son of Thomas and Mary Meade Whittemore, was born 6th January, 1593. He was married three times. He lived at Charleston, Mass. after coming from England. He was buried 25th May, 1661.1003
     He was illiterate.1004
     He was a son of Thomas and Mary Meade Whittemore. He was born on 6 Feb 1593 and buried on 25 May 1661. He married first Sarah __________; second Sarah Deardes; third Hannah. (furnished by Mary P. Whittemore from the papers of Thomas F. Whittemore.)
     He emigrated to New England in 1641/42 (New England Genealogical Register 30:170).
     He resided in Charlestown, MA, on the Malden side, near Chelsea, where he died. He mentions in his will his wife Hannah and (inter alia) his son Samuel. (Paige's History of Cambridge, p. 687.)
     Sara Deardes was buried on 7 Nov 1628. His will was made on 8 Feb 1660 and probated on 25 Jun 1661. The inventory showed a house and 70 acres of land £220. Total £286. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1021.)
     He married Sarah Deardes on 14 Apr 1623. His farm, bounded east by Chelsea and south by the Mystic River was owned by the family until 1845. It is now in the town of Everett. (Whittemore Genealogy, 1893.).1005
     Thomas Whittemore (451) lived in in 1639 at Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1006

     Children of Thomas11 Whittemore (451) and Hannah Chawkley (452) (see #1029) were as follows:
1093. HANNAH11 CHAWKLEY (452) was born circa 1612 at England.1038 She married Thomas Whittemore (451) (see #1028), son of Thomas Whittemore (449) and Mary Meade (450), on 26 Oct 1632 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1039 She married Benjamin Butterfield (454) on 3 Jun 1663 at Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1040 She died on 19 May 1677 at Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts.1041
     She was the second or third wife of Thomas Whittemore and was 50 years old in 1662. Her second marriage was to Benjammin Buttterfield, at Chelmsford, MA, on 3 Jun 1663. (Wyman's Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, p. 1021 and 161.).1042
1104. THOMAS11 BIRCH (521) (Jonathan, #2080) was born at England. He died on 8 May 1657 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
     Thomas Birch (521) was a Blacksmith.

     The will of Thomas Beman, 1638, refers to land bought of Jonathan Birch of Dorchester, MA. (New England Genealogical Register 14:258.)
     The above Jonathan may have been the father of Thomas Birch of Dorchester, all of whose children were minors in 1654.
     Thomas Birch was paid four shillings in 1651 for iron work done on the meeting house. He died 3 Oct 1657. In his will, dated 6 Jun 1654, he provided for sons Joseph and Jeremiah, daughter Mary and five children not named. On 31 Jan 1664 the administrator asked that the whole estate be turned over to Joseph Birch, then 21 years of age, and for him to provide for the other children. (Pope's Pioneers of Massachusetts.).1043

     Children of Thomas11 Birch (521) all born Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts include:
1108. JOHN11 RATHBONE (524) (Thomas, #2088) was born before 8 Mar 1628/29 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He married Margaret Acres (525) (see #1045), daughter of Thomas Acres (1617), circa 1656. He died in 1702.
     He was born about 1634. He married Margaret, daughter of Tristram Dodge, about 1656. He was one of those who met on 17 Aug 1660 at the home of John Alcock, M.D., in Roxbury, MA, to confer about the purchase of Block Island. He was admitted a freeman at Block Island, RI, in 1664. In 1683 he was a representative to the Rhode Island General Assembly from Block Island. His will was proved an 6 Oct 1702. (Rathbone Genealogy by John C. Cooley, p. 13.).1044

     Children of John11 Rathbone (524) and Margaret Acres (525) (see #1045) were as follows:
1109. MARGARET11 ACRES (525) (Thomas, #2090) was born before 15 Sep 1633 at Prescott Parish, Lancashire, England. She married John Rathbone (524) (see #1044), son of Thomas Rathbone (1592) and Alice Childwall (1593), circa 1656. She died after 6 Oct 1702 at Probably RI.
1110. TRISTRAM11 DODGE (532) was born circa 1620 at Near Tweed River, Northumberland, England. He died before 6 Dec 1683 at Block Island, Rhode Island.
     The printed genealogies of the descendants of Tristram Dodge mention no daughter, Margaret, and there is no evidence (in 1907) other that Mr. Cooley's statement in the Rathbone Genealogy that Margaret Dodge, wife of John Rathbone, was such a daughter. No Rathbone interest is shown in the Dodge family deeds on the New Shoreham (Block Island) records.
     Tristram Dodge was one of the original settlers on Block Island and had five acres of land. He was a fisherman from Newfoundland. He traded in Boston in 1648.
     He was made a freeman on 4 May 1664. He was a sargeant in 1676. He went to Block Island in 1661 and was dead intestate in 1720. (From E.L. Smith, Genealogist, Boston, MA.).1046

     Children of Tristram11 Dodge (532) and Anne (--?--) (533) (see #1047) all born at Of Block Island, Rhode Island, were as follows:
1111. ANNE11 (--?--) (533) was born at Of Block Island, Rhode Island. She died after 27 Feb 1685/86 at Probably Block Island, Rhode Island.
1116. PHILIP11 BILL (537) (James, #2104) was born before 7 Apr 1629 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He married Hannah Waite (538) (see #1053), daughter of Samuel Waite (1434) and Mary Ward (1448).1047 He died on 8 Jul 1689 at New London, New London, Connecticut.
     He was born in 1620 and came to America in 1634 with his mother Dorothy. (American Ancestry, 5:21.)
     He is first known of "at Pulling Point near James Bill," in 1660. This is now Winthrop, Mass. He was in Ipswich in May 1663. In 1668 he returned to Pulling Point and shortly after moved to New London. He settled east of the River Thames near Robert Allyn and George Geer. (Caulkin's History of New London, p. 146.)
     In 1670 he was fined for neglect of training (do p. 250).
     He died on 8 Jul 1689. His daughter, Margaret, died the same day. Both were victims of an epidemic throat disease that was prevalent in July and August of that year.
     Mr. Bradstreet baptized his son, Jonathan on 5 Nov 1671 and adds to the record that the father was a member of the church at Ipswich. Another son, Joshua, was baptized in 1675. The other childred, probably born in Ipswich, were Philip, Samuel, John and Elizabeth (do p. 320).
     Either he or his son, Philip, served in King Philip's War. (Book of the Society of Colonial Wars.).1048

     Children of Philip11 Bill (537) and Hannah Waite (538) (see #1053) were as follows:
1117. HANNAH11 WAITE (538) (Samuel, #2106) was born circa 1622. She married Philip Bill (537) (see #1052), son of James Bill (559) and Dorothy Tuttle (560).1049 She married Samuel Bucknall (546) after 1689 at New London, New London, Connecticut. She died before 13 Jul 1709 at Groton, New London, Connecticut.
     She was the wife of Philip Bill. Her family name is not known. After the death of Philip Bill she married Samuel Bucknall. (Caulkin's History of New London, p. 250.).1050
1118. RICHARD11 HAUGHTON (519) was born at Of Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married Katherine (--?--) (520) (see #1055) circa 1663. He married Alice (--?--) (553) after 1670. He died before 6 Oct 1681 at New London, New London, Connecticut.
     Richard Haughton (519) was a Shipwright.

     "Richard Haughton, a Boston man, desired a lot," (New London records: Town Book No. 1).
     Though called a Boston man here, the name of Richard Haughton is not found in any of the early records of that place, except in the conveyance of a dwelling house and garden to Sampson Shore, tailor, 27th of 8 mo. 1651, which probably was about the period he moved his family to Pequot. He had married a widow Charlet of Boston and the tenement had probably belonged to her. Haughton had a house lot granted on Foxen's Hill. (Caulkins History of New London, Connecticut, p. 75.)
     He was in the fight with Uncas in 1657. (do. p. 127).
     He died in 1682. This event took place at Wetherfield while Haughton was engaged at work as a shipwright on a vessel there. Of his children no regular list has been obtained. Massapeag Neck, a fine tract of land on the river, within the bounds of Mogegan proper, was granted to Haughton by deed of the Sachem, Uncas, on 19 Aug 1658. The laws of the colony prohibited individuals from contracting with the Indians for land; nevertheless the General Court confirmed the grant upon certain conditions, asserting as one reason for their indulgence to Haughton "his charge of children." We infer from this that he had a young and numerous family. Eight children can be traced, of whom three, Robert, Joseph and John are supposed to belong to a first, unknown wife, dating their birth anterior to the settlement of the family at New London (the name of Richard Haughton is found in 1646 among the settlers in Milford, Lambert's New Haven Colony, p. 91). Robert, son of Richard Haughton, died in Milford in 1678.
     After the death of Katherine, wife of Richard Haughton, in 1670, he married Alice ___________, who survived him and became the wife of Samuel Cromber of Westerley (do. p. 299).1051

     Children of Richard11 Haughton (519) and Katherine (--?--) (520) (see #1055) were as follows:
1119. KATHERINE11 (--?--) (520) married Nicholas Charlet (547) before 1643. She married Richard Haughton (519) (see #1054) circa 1663. She died on 9 Aug 1670 at New London, New London, Connecticut.
     In 1645 she was the wife of Nicholas Charlet of Boston. (Boston records in the New England Genealogical Register 8:37.)
     She married Richard Haughton, probably before 1651. By her first husband she had two daughters, Elizabeth, born 15 Jul 1643, and Mary. She died 9 Aug 1670. (Caulkin's History of New London.)
     From the court records of 30 Jun 1664, "Mrs. Haughton summons Mrs. Skillinger befor the Commissioners for abusing her daughter in the meeting house. We not finding legal proofs hereof judge it meet that Mrs. Haughton tutor her daughter better and not occasion disturbance in the meeting house by any unmeet carriage to her betters hereafter; and this being the first time enforct it no farther," (do p. 248).1052
1120. ROBERT11 HUESTIS (2152) (Robert Hustis, #2240)1053 was born circa 1628 at Pilsdon, Dorset, England.1054 He married Elizabeth Buxton (2153) (see #1121), daughter of Clement Buxton (2154) and Unica (--?--) (3314), on 9 Jan 1656 at Stamford, Connecticut.1055 He died on 23 Nov 1704 at Westchester, New York.1056
     Robert Huestis (2152) left a will on 19 Nov 1704 at Westchester, Westchester, New York.1057
     Robert Huestis (2152) left a will on 20 Mar 1705 at Westchester, Westchester, New York.1058

     Children of Robert11 Huestis (2152) and Elizabeth Buxton (2153) (see #1121) were as follows:
1121. ELIZABETH11 BUXTON (2153) (Clement, #2242)1095 was born circa 1639.1096 She married Robert Huestis (2152) (see #1120), son of Robert Hustis (2155) and Elizabeth (--?--) (2156), on 9 Jan 1656 at Stamford, Connecticut.1097 She died before Apr 1711 at Westchester, New York.1098
1122. JOHN11 PELL (2151) (John, #2244)1099 was born on 3 Feb 1643 at London, England.1100 He married Rachel Pinckney (2226) (see #1123), daughter of Philip Pinckney (2229), in 1684 at Westchester, New York.1101 He died after Sep 1719 at Manor of Pelham, Westchester, New York.1102
     He was a page at the Court of England.1103 He was a Sewer in Ordinary in the Court of Charles II of England.1104
     John Pell (2151) was a He probably was a lawyer.1105
     John Pell (2151) left a will on 21 Sep 1669 at Westchester, New York.1106 John Pell arrives in Boston, Massachusetts, in the fall of 1670 a letter of introduction to Gov. John Winthrop from Lord Brereton. The letter said that Pell now owns the property formerly held by his uncle in Fairfield, Connecticut and Westchester, New York.1107 He became the first judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Westchester.1108 He was a lieutenant colonel in the militia.1109 He served as a member in the Provincial Assembly.1110 He served as Major of Horse in the French and Indian Wars.1111 He was granted by the King of England the power to destroy wolves and paid Native Americans a bounty for each wolf killed within the area over which he had authority.1112 Sir John Pell sold several thousand acres to Jacob Leisler. The land was settled by Huguenots from La Rochelle, France, and later became what is now New Rochelle.1113

     Children of John11 Pell (2151) and Rachel Pinckney (2226) (see #1123) were as follows:
1123. RACHEL11 PINCKNEY (2226) (Philip, #2246)1122 married John Pell (2151) (see #1122), son of Rt. Rev. Hon. John Pell (3038) and Ithamaria Reginolles (3039), in 1684 at Westchester, New York.1123
1280. THOMAS11 ROBINSON JR. (2134) (Thomas, #2560)1124 was born circa 1650 at Henrico, Virginia.1125 He married Elizabeth (--?--) (2135) (see #1281).1126 He died circa 1739 at Henrico, Virginia.1127

     Children of Thomas11 Robinson Jr. (2134) and Elizabeth (--?--) (2135) (see #1281) were as follows:
1281. ELIZABETH11 (--?--) (2135)1136 married Thomas Robinson Jr. (2134) (see #1280), son of Thomas Robinson Sr. (2133).1137
1282. EDWARD11 JONES (1630) was born circa 1633 at Of Henrico, Virginia. He died before 1 Feb 1695/96 at Henrico, Virginia.

     Children of Edward11 Jones (1630) and Mary Field (690) (see #1283) were as follows:
1283. MARY11 FIELD (690) (Thomas, #2566) was born circa 1664 at Of Henrico, Virginia.1138 She married Charles Scruggs (689) in 1697 at Henrico, Virginia. She died at Goochland, Virginia.
1306. WILLIAM11 ALLEN (2779).1139

     Children of William11 Allen (2779) include:
1308. JOHN11 WILLIAMSON (2021) was born before 1687 at Of Kent, England. He married Rebecca Chamberlayne (2022) (see #1309) circa 1706 at Henrico, Virginia.1140 He died at Probably Henrico, Virginia.
     There is a tradition that John WIlliamson is the son of Sir Joseph Williamson, Secretary of State for England, and Katherine Stuart O'Brien. Evidence for this relationship is supposed to be that John Williamson built a manor in Surry, Virginia, named Cobham Hall, and that manor was supposed to be a replica of Sir Joseph's estate in England.
The tradition is not true. Katherine Stuart was descended from the Stuart line of Scotland and she and Sir Joseph Williamson are listed in the Complete Peerage.
The Complete Peerage clearly states that Sir Joseph Williamson died without issue. He never owned Cobham Hall. Katherine Stuart inherited it from her ancestors, the Darnleys. After her death the estate passed into the possession of her daughter, Catherine O'Brien, by her first husband, Henry O'Brien.
--DML.
     Children of John11 Williamson (2021) and Rebecca Chamberlayne (2022) (see #1309) were as follows:
1309. REBECCA11 CHAMBERLAYNE (2022) was born circa 1687 at Henrico, Virginia.1141 She married John Williamson (2021) (see #1308) circa 1706 at Henrico, Virginia.1142 She died at Probably Henrico, Virginia.
1310. WILLIAM11 COX (3147) (John, #2620)1143 was born before Feb 1665 at Virginia.1144 He married Sarah (--?--) (3148) (see #1311).1145 He died before 2 Jun 1712 at Henrico, Virginia.1146
     Received a deed of gift to his son, John Cox.1147 Were listed with 300 acres in the quit rent roll of Henrico County.

     William Cox (3147) left a will on 24 Feb 1712 at Henrico, Virginia.
     Children of William11 Cox (3147) and Sarah (--?--) (3148) (see #1311) were as follows:
1311. SARAH11 (--?--) (3148)1163 married William Cox (3147) (see #1310), son of John Cox (3162).1164 She died before 20 Jan 1748 at Goochland, Virginia.1165
     Sarah (--?--) (3148) left a will on 29 Mar 1726 at Goochland, Virginia.1166
1344. JOHN11 MIXON II (1015) (John, #2688) was born in 1655 at Gloucester, Virginia. He died in 1710 at Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia.
     John Mixon II was born in 1655 in Cloucester County (2). He married Grace _____. She was born in about 1660 and died in 1715 (2). John Mixon II died in 1710. Their childred were born in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia(1). {#13}.
     Children of John11 Mixon II (1015) and Grace (--?--) (1016) (see #1345) all born at Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia, were as follows:
1345. GRACE11 (--?--) (1016) was born circa 1660. She died in 1715 at Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia.
Generation Twelve
2056. THOMAS12 WHITTEMORE (449) was born at of London, England.1167 He married Mary Meade (450) (see #2057) on 16 Sep 1591 at St. Mary's Parish, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1168 He died on 26 Apr 1617 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1169
     THOMAS WHITTEMORE was a London brewer, who settled at Hitchin County Hertford after retiring from business. He had a brother William, born in 1540; and a brother Rowland, who died in 1613. He married Mary Meade in 1566. He was buried 26th November, 1617. His wife, Mary, died in childbirth and was buried 8th December, 1614.1170
     Thomas Whittemore (449) was a Brewer.1171
     He was probably a maltster, or brewer, in London, who settled in Hitchin, County Hertfordshire, England, after retiring from business. The first Whittemore entry into the records at Hitchin is dated 1560. He had relatives in London. (New England Genealogical Register 32:22.)
     He had a brother, William, born 1540 and a brother Rowland, died 1613. (New England Genealogical Register 21:169.)
     The records at Hitchin show that he was a widower when he was buried in 1617. (New England Genealogical Register 21:170.)
     He married Mary Meade in 1566. He was buried 26 Nov 1617. (Should be April -- J.S.L., furnished my Mary P. Whittemore, 210 Harold St., Roxbury, MA, from the papers of her father, Thomas F. Whittemore.)
     According to Hitchin Parish records, '1617 April, the 26 day was buried Thomas Whittemore, widower, who by his will dated the 5th day of May 1613, gave £20 to Trustees for the best sort of poor people in Hitchin.' (Whittemore Genealogy 1893, p. 4.)
     Hitchin is a market town about 27 miles north of London. The Population in 1831 was 5,211.1172

     Children of Thomas12 Whittemore (449) and Mary Meade (450) (see #2057) were:
2057. MARY12 MEADE (450) was born at England. She married Thomas Whittemore (449) (see #2056) on 16 Sep 1591 at St. Mary's Parish, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1173 She died on 8 Dec 1614 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1174
     She died in childbirth and was buried at Hitchin, England on 8 Dec 1614. She was married to Thomas Whittemore in 1566. (New England Genealogical Register 21:169; furnished by Mary P. Whittemore from the papers of Thomas. F. Whittemore.).1175
2080. JONATHAN12 BIRCH (1728) was born at England. He died after 1638 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

     Children of Jonathan12 Birch (1728) include:
2088. THOMAS12 RATHBONE (1592) (Thomas, #4176) was born before 9 Jan 1595/96 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He married Alice Childwall (1593) (see #2089) on 13 Apr 1616 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He died on 7 Feb 1653/54 at Ditton, Lancashire, England.

     Children of Thomas12 Rathbone (1592) and Alice Childwall (1593) (see #2089) all born at Ditton, Lancashire, England, were as follows:
2089. ALICE12 CHILDWALL (1593) was born at Of Ditton, Lancashire, England. She married Thomas Rathbone (1592) (see #2088), son of Thomas Rathbone (1599) and Grace Coppowe (1600), on 13 Apr 1616 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. She died at Probably Ditton, Lancashire, England.
2090. THOMAS12 ACRES (1617) was born circa 1608 at Of Prescott Parish, Lancashire, England. He died at Prob. Prescott Parish, Lancashire, England.

     Children of Thomas12 Acres (1617) include:
2104. JAMES12 BILL (559) (Robert, #4208) was born at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He married Anne Tuttle (628), daughter of Simon Tuttle (1413) and Isabel Wells (1403), before 11 Sep 1613 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He married Dorothy Tuttle (560) (see #2105), daughter of Simon Tuttle (1413) and Isabel Wells (1403), circa 1626 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He died in Dec 1638 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
     He died at Boston, MA, in December 1638. His wife's name was Dorothy and her family is supposed to have been Tuttle. There is no record of his arrival in America. His children came over with the family of Richard Tuttle. (From E.L. Smith, Genealogist, Boston, MA.).1176

     Children of James12 Bill (559) and Dorothy Tuttle (560) (see #2105) all born at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England, were as follows:
2105. DOROTHY12 TUTTLE (560) (Simon, #4210) was born circa 1592 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. She married James Bill (559) (see #2104), son of Robert Bill (633) and Mary (--?--) (634), circa 1626 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.
     That she was related to the Tuttle family is probable, but in what way has not been ascertained. She was living at Boston in 1639/40 when she and her son, James, bought a house. (From E.L. Smith, Genealogist, Boston, MA.).1177
2106. SAMUEL12 WAITE (1434) was born in 1577 at Wethersfield, Essex, England. He married Mary Ward (1448) (see #2107), daughter of John Ward (1451) and Susan (--?--) (1426), at Rivenhall, Essex, England. He died in 1613 at Wethersfield, Essex, England.

     Children of Samuel12 Waite (1434) and Mary Ward (1448) (see #2107) were as follows:
2107. MARY12 WARD (1448) (John, #4214) was born in 1582 at Haverhill, Suffolk, England. She married Samuel Waite (1434) (see #2106) at Rivenhall, Essex, England.
2112. JAMES12 MOTT (1552) (George, #4224)1178 was born circa 1594 at Saffron Walden, Essex, England. He married Grace (--?--) (1553) (see #2113) circa 1619 at Saffron Walden, Essex, England.

     Children of James12 Mott (1552) and Grace (--?--) (1553) (see #2113) were as follows:
2113. GRACE12 (--?--) (1553) was born circa 1598 at Of Saffron Walden, Essex, England. She married James Mott (1552) (see #2112), son of George Mott (3176), circa 1619 at Saffron Walden, Essex, England.
2122. (--?--)12 BOWLER (3196)1183 married Anne Twitchell (3197) (see #2123) circa 1618 at England.1184

     Children of (--?--)12 Bowler (3196) and Anne Twitchell (3197) (see #2123) were:
2123. ANNE12 TWITCHELL (3197)1185 married (--?--) Bowler (3196) (see #2122) circa 1618 at England.1186
2124. EDWARD12 NORRINGTON (3219) (Thomas, #4248)1187 was born before 1 Jun 1595 at Essex, England.1188
     Edward Norrington (3219) was baptized on 1 Jun 1595 at Theydon Mount, Essex, England.1189 He married Ellyn (--?--) (3220) (see #2125) on 23 Nov 1626.1190 He died before 1 Sep 1636 at London, England.1191
     Edward Norrington (3219) was buried on 1 Sep 1636 at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster, London, England.1192
     His estate was probated on 15 Sep 1636 at London, England.1193
     Edward Norrington served as cook for Sir William Smith.1194 The Crown brought suit in the Star Chamber against Sir William Smith, his two sons, Edward Norrington and others for poaching on Crown lands.1195 Edward paid the church tax.1196 Edward Norrington paid an assessment levied for bridge repairs.1197 Edward Norrington was named an overseer of the poor.1198

     Children of Edward12 Norrington (3219) and Ellyn (--?--) (3220) (see #2125) were:
2125. ELLYN12 (--?--) (3220)1199 married Edward Norrington (3219) (see #2124), son of Thomas Norrington (3221), on 23 Nov 1626.1200
      As of 15 Sep 1636, she was also known as Alice (3220) Jane Thompson-Stahr believes that Ellyn and Alice are the same.

2184. THOMAS12 WHITTEMORE (449) was born at of London, England.1201 He married Mary Meade (450) (see #2057) on 16 Sep 1591 at St. Mary's Parish, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1202 He died on 26 Apr 1617 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1203
     THOMAS WHITTEMORE was a London brewer, who settled at Hitchin County Hertford after retiring from business. He had a brother William, born in 1540; and a brother Rowland, who died in 1613. He married Mary Meade in 1566. He was buried 26th November, 1617. His wife, Mary, died in childbirth and was buried 8th December, 1614.1204
     Thomas Whittemore (449) was a Brewer.1205
     He was probably a maltster, or brewer, in London, who settled in Hitchin, County Hertfordshire, England, after retiring from business. The first Whittemore entry into the records at Hitchin is dated 1560. He had relatives in London. (New England Genealogical Register 32:22.)
     He had a brother, William, born 1540 and a brother Rowland, died 1613. (New England Genealogical Register 21:169.)
     The records at Hitchin show that he was a widower when he was buried in 1617. (New England Genealogical Register 21:170.)
     He married Mary Meade in 1566. He was buried 26 Nov 1617. (Should be April -- J.S.L., furnished my Mary P. Whittemore, 210 Harold St., Roxbury, MA, from the papers of her father, Thomas F. Whittemore.)
     According to Hitchin Parish records, '1617 April, the 26 day was buried Thomas Whittemore, widower, who by his will dated the 5th day of May 1613, gave £20 to Trustees for the best sort of poor people in Hitchin.' (Whittemore Genealogy 1893, p. 4.)
     Hitchin is a market town about 27 miles north of London. The Population in 1831 was 5,211.1206

     Children of Thomas12 Whittemore (449) and Mary Meade (450) (see #2057) were:
2185. MARY12 MEADE (450) was born at England. She married Thomas Whittemore (449) (see #2056) on 16 Sep 1591 at St. Mary's Parish, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1207 She died on 8 Dec 1614 at Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England.1208
     She died in childbirth and was buried at Hitchin, England on 8 Dec 1614. She was married to Thomas Whittemore in 1566. (New England Genealogical Register 21:169; furnished by Mary P. Whittemore from the papers of Thomas. F. Whittemore.).1209
2208. JONATHAN12 BIRCH (1728) was born at England. He died after 1638 at Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

     Children of Jonathan12 Birch (1728) include:
2216. THOMAS12 RATHBONE (1592) (Thomas, #4176) was born before 9 Jan 1595/96 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He married Alice Childwall (1593) (see #2089) on 13 Apr 1616 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He died on 7 Feb 1653/54 at Ditton, Lancashire, England.

     Children of Thomas12 Rathbone (1592) and Alice Childwall (1593) (see #2089) all born at Ditton, Lancashire, England, were as follows:
2217. ALICE12 CHILDWALL (1593) was born at Of Ditton, Lancashire, England. She married Thomas Rathbone (1592) (see #2088), son of Thomas Rathbone (1599) and Grace Coppowe (1600), on 13 Apr 1616 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. She died at Probably Ditton, Lancashire, England.
2218. THOMAS12 ACRES (1617) was born circa 1608 at Of Prescott Parish, Lancashire, England. He died at Prob. Prescott Parish, Lancashire, England.

     Children of Thomas12 Acres (1617) include:
2232. JAMES12 BILL (559) (Robert, #4208) was born at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He married Anne Tuttle (628), daughter of Simon Tuttle (1413) and Isabel Wells (1403), before 11 Sep 1613 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He married Dorothy Tuttle (560) (see #2105), daughter of Simon Tuttle (1413) and Isabel Wells (1403), circa 1626 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He died in Dec 1638 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
     He died at Boston, MA, in December 1638. His wife's name was Dorothy and her family is supposed to have been Tuttle. There is no record of his arrival in America. His children came over with the family of Richard Tuttle. (From E.L. Smith, Genealogist, Boston, MA.).1210

     Children of James12 Bill (559) and Dorothy Tuttle (560) (see #2105) all born at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England, were as follows:
2233. DOROTHY12 TUTTLE (560) (Simon, #4210) was born circa 1592 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. She married James Bill (559) (see #2104), son of Robert Bill (633) and Mary (--?--) (634), circa 1626 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.
     That she was related to the Tuttle family is probable, but in what way has not been ascertained. She was living at Boston in 1639/40 when she and her son, James, bought a house. (From E.L. Smith, Genealogist, Boston, MA.).1211
2234. SAMUEL12 WAITE (1434) was born in 1577 at Wethersfield, Essex, England. He married Mary Ward (1448) (see #2107), daughter of John Ward (1451) and Susan (--?--) (1426), at Rivenhall, Essex, England. He died in 1613 at Wethersfield, Essex, England.

     Children of Samuel12 Waite (1434) and Mary Ward (1448) (see #2107) were as follows:
2235. MARY12 WARD (1448) (John, #4214) was born in 1582 at Haverhill, Suffolk, England. She married Samuel Waite (1434) (see #2106) at Rivenhall, Essex, England.
2240. ROBERT12 HUSTIS (2155)1212 was born circa 1595 at Dorset, England.1213 He married Elizabeth (--?--) (2156) (see #2241).1214 He married Anne Moon (2157) on 6 Apr 1616 at Bridgport, Dorset, England.1215 He died before 16 Oct 1654 at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut.1216
      He was also known as Heusted (2155).1217
     Robert Hustis (2155) immigrated on 20 Mar 1636 to Weymouth, Dorset, England.1218
     Robert Hustis (2155) left a will on 8 Jul 1652 at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut.1219
     Robert Hustis (2155) left a will on 4 Nov 1654 at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut.1220

     Children of Robert12 Hustis (2155) and Elizabeth (--?--) (2156) (see #2241) all born at Pilsdon, Dorset, England, were as follows:
2241. ELIZABETH12 (--?--) (2156)1229 married Robert Hustis (2155) (see #2240).1230 She died before 20 Nov 1654 at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut.1231
     Elizabeth (--?--) (2156) left a will on 16 Oct 1654 at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut.1232
     Elizabeth (--?--) (2156) left a will on 20 Nov 1654 at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut.1233
2242. CLEMENT12 BUXTON (2154)1234 was born circa 1615 at England.1235 He married Unica (--?--) (3314) (see #2243).1236 He died on 2 Aug 1657 at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut.1237

     Children of Clement12 Buxton (2154) and Unica (--?--) (3314) (see #2243) were as follows:
2243. UNICA12 (--?--) (3314)1245 was born circa 1620 at England.1246 She married Clement Buxton (2154) (see #2242).1247 She died in Apr 1670 at Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut.1248
2244. RT. REV. HON. JOHN12 PELL (3038) (John, #4488)1249 was born on 3 Mar 1611 at England.1250 He married Ithamaria Reginolles (3039) (see #2245), daughter of Henry Reginolles (3084), in 1632 at England.1251 He died on 12 Dec 1685 at Brereton, Cheshire, England, at age 74.1252
     PELL (Dr. John), an eminent English mathematician, descended from an ancient family in Lincolnshire, was born at Southwick in Sussex, March 1, 1610, where his father was minister. He received his grammar education at the free-school at Stenning in that county. At the age of 13 he was sent to Trinity College in Cambridge, being then as good a scholar as most masters of arts in that university; but though he was eminently skilled in the Greek and Hebrew languages, he never offered himself a candidate at the election of scholars or fellows of his college. His person was handsome; and being of a strong constitution, using little or no recreations, he prosecuted his studies with the more application and intenseness.
     In 1629 he drew up the “Description and Use of the Quadrant, written for the Use of a Friend,” in two books; the original manuscript of which is still extant among his papers in the Royal Society. And the same year he held a correspondence with Mr. Briggs on the subject of logarithms.
     In 1630 he wrote, Modus supputandi Ephemerides Astronomicas, &c, ad an. 1630 accommodatus; and, A Key to unlock the meaning of Johannes Trithemius, in his Discourse of Steganography: which Key he imparted to Mr. Samuel Hartlib and Mr. Jacob Homedæ. The same year he took the degree of Master of Arts at Cambridge. And the year following he was incorporated in the University of Oxford. June the 7th, he wrote A Letter to Mr. Edmund Wingate on Logarithms; and Oct. 5, 1631, Commentationes in Cosmographiam Alstedii.
     In 1632 he married Ithamaria, second daughter of Mr. Henry Reginolles of London, by whom he had four sons and four daughters.—March 6, 1634, he finished his Astronomical History of Observations of Heavenly Motions and Appearances; and April the 10th, his Ecliptica Prognostica, or Foreknower of the Eclipses, &c.—In 1634 he translated The Everlasting Tables of Heavenly Motions, grounded upon the Observations of all Times, and agreeing with them all, by Philip Lansberg, of Ghent in Flanders. And June the 12th, the same year, he committed to writing, The Manner of Deducing his Astronomical Tables out of the Tables and Axioms of Philip Lansberg.—March the 9th, 1635, he wrote A Letter of Remarks on Gellibrand's Mathematical Discourse on the Variation of the Magnetic Needle. And the 3d of June following, another on the same subject.
     His eminence in mathematical knowledge was now so great, that be was thought worthy of a professor's chair in that science; and, upon the vacancy of one at Amsterdam in 1639, Sir William Boswell, the English Resident with the States General, used his interest, that he might succeed in that professorship: it was not filled up however till 1643, when Pell was chosen to it; and he read with great applause public lectures upon Diophantus.—In 1644 he printed at Amsterdam, in two pages 4to, A Refutation of Longomontanus's Discourse, De Vera Circuli Mensura.
     In 1646, on the invitation of the Prince of Orange, he removed to the new college at Breda, as Professor of Mathematics, with a salary of 1000 guilders a year.— His Idea Matheseos, which he had addressed to Mr. Hartlib, who in 1639 had sent it to Des Cartes and Mersenne, was printed 1650 at London, in 12mo, in English, with the title of An Idea of Mathematies, at the end of Mr. John Durie's Reformed Librarykeeper. It is also printed by Mr. Hook, in his Philosophical Collections, No. 5, p. 127; and is esteemed our author's principal work.
     In 1652 Pell returned to England: and in 1654 he was sent by the protector Cromwell agent to the Protestant Cantons in Switzerland; where he continued till June 23, 1658, when he se<*> out for England, where he arrived about the time of Cromwell's death. His negociations abroad gave afterwards a general satisfaction, as it appeared he had done no small service to the interest of king Charles the Second, and of the church of England; so that he was encouraged to enter into holy orders; and in the year 1661 he was instituted to the rectory of Fobbing in Essex, given him by the king. In December that year, he brought into the upper house of convocation the calendar reformed by him, assisted by Sancroft, afterwards archbishop of Canterbury.—In 1673 he was presented by Sheldon, bishop of London, to the rectory of Laingdon in Essex; and, upon the promotion of that bishop to the see of Canterbury soon after, became one of his domestic chaplains. He was then doctor of divinity, and expected to be made a dean; but his improvement in the philosophical and mathematical sciences was so much the bent of his genius, that he did not much pursue his private advantage. The truth is, he was a helpless man, as to worldly affairs, and his tenants and relations imposed upon him, cozened him of the profits of his parsonage, and kept him so indigent, that he wanted necessaries, even ink and paper, to his dying day. He was for some time confined to the King's-bench prison for debt; but, in March 1682, was invited by Dr. Whitler to live in the college of physicians. Here he continued till June following; when he was obliged, by his ill state of health, to remove to the house of a grandchild of his in St. Margaret's Church-yard, Westminster. But he died at the house of Mr. Cothorne, reader of the church of St. Giles's in the Fields, December the 12th, 1685, in the 74th year of his age, and was interred at the expence of Dr. Busby, master of Westminster school, and Mr. Sharp, rector of St. Giles's, in the rector's vault under that church.— Dr. Pell published some other things not yet mentioned, a list of which is as follows: viz,
     1. An Exercitation concerning Easter; 1644, in 4to.
     2. A Table of 10,000 square numbers, &c; 1672, folio.
     3. An Inaugural Oration at his entering upon the Professorship at Breda.
     4. He made great alterations and additions to Rhonius's Algebra, printed at London 1668, 4to, under the title of, An Introduction to Algebra; translated out of the High Dutch into English by Thomas Branker, much altered and augmented by D. P. (Dr. Pell). Also a Table of Odd Numbers, less than 100,000, shewing those that are incomposite, &c, supputated by the same Thomas Branker.
     5. His Controversy with Longomontanus concerning the Quadrature of the Circle; Amsterdam, 1646, 4to.
     He likewise wrote a Demonstration of the 2d and 10th books of Euclid; which piece was in MS. in the library of lord Brereton in Cheshire: as also Archimedes's Arenarius, and the greatest part of Diophantus's 6 books of Arithmetic; of which author he was preparing, Aug. 1644, a new edition, in which he intended to have corrected the translation, and made new illustrations. He designed likewise to publish an edition of Apollonius, but laid it aside, in May, 1645, at the desire of Golius, who was engaged in an edition of that author from an Arabic manuscript given him at Aleppo 18 years before. Letters of Dr. Pell to Sir Charles Cavendish, in the Royal Society.
     Some of his manuscripts he left at Brereton in Cheshire, where he resided some years, being the seat of William lord Brereton, who had been his pupil at Breda. A great many others came into the hands of Dr. Busby; which Mr. Hook was desired to use his endeavours to obtain for the Society. But they continued buried under dust, and mixed with the papers and pamphlets of Dr. Busby, in four large boxes, till 1755; when Dr. Birch, secretary to the Royal Society, procured them for that body, from the trustees of Dr. Busby. The collection contains not only Pell's mathematical Papers, letters to him, and copies of those from him, &c, but also several manuscripts of Walter Warner, the mathematician and philosopher, who lived in the reigns of James the First and Charles the First.
     Dr. Pell invented the method of ranging the several steps of an algebraical calculus, in a proper order, in so many distinct lines, with the number affixed to each step, and a short description of the operation or process in the line. He also invented the character ÷ for division, <*> for involution, and <*> for evolution.1253 He was a master of Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Arabic, French, Italian, Spanish and High and Low Dutch.1254 He was the author of many highly regarded treatises in mathematics.1255 John Pell entered Trinity College at age 13.1256 He received an A.B. degree.1257 He received a master's degree.1258 He received an M.A. degree.
     He began serving as Chair of Mathematics, I assume at the Athenaeum Illustre.1259 He accepted the Royal Chair of Mathematics at the invitation of the Prince of Orange.1260 He resigned the Royal Chair of Mathematics and returns to England after England and the Netherlands go to war.1261 He becomes Oliver Cromwell's Ambassador to the Protestant Cantons in Switzerland.1262 Oliver Cromwell recalls him from Switzerland, intending to use him in other positions in England, but Cromwell died shortly after his return.1263 He is named Domestic Chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury.1264 He is made a fellow of the Royal Society of London.1265 He is made a Doctor of Divinity.1266

     Children of Rt. Rev. Hon. John12 Pell (3038) and Ithamaria Reginolles (3039) (see #2245) were as follows:
2245. ITHAMARIA12 REGINOLLES (3039) (Henry, #4490)1274 married Rt. Rev. Hon. John Pell (3038) (see #2244), son of Rev. John Pell (3040) and Mary Holland (3041), in 1632 at England.1275 She died in 1665 at London, England.1276
2246. PHILIP12 PINCKNEY (2229) (Philip, #4492)1277 was born in 1618 at Dinton, Wiltshire, England.1278 He was born on 7 Mar 1618 at Dinton, Wiltshire, England.1279
     Philip Pinckney (2229) was baptized on 5 May 1618 at Dinton Church, Dinton, Wiltshire, England.1280 He married Jane Phippen (3286) on 2 Aug 1657 at Fairfield, Connecticut.1281 He died before 28 Feb 1689 at Eastchester, Westchester, New York.1282
     His estate was probated on 28 Feb 1689 at Eastchester, Westchester, New York.1283
     Philip Pinckney (2229) immigrated in 1635 to New England.1284 He settled in Eastchester. He came from Fairfield, Connecticut, where he was one of the original settlers in the company of the Rev. John Warham and Company.1285
     Philip Pinckney (2229) left a will on 9 Jan 1688 at Eastchester, Westchester, New York.1286

     Children of Philip12 Pinckney (2229) include:
2560. THOMAS12 ROBINSON SR. (2133).1300

     Children of Thomas12 Robinson Sr. (2133) include:
2566. THOMAS12 FIELD (1631) was born in 1636 at Of Henrico, Virginia. He died at Probably Henrico, Virginia.

     Children of Thomas12 Field (1631) all born Of Henrico, Virginia include:
2620. JOHN12 COX (3162) (William Coxe, #5240)1302 married (--?--) Elam (3164), daughter of William Elam (3165).1303 He married Mary Kennon (3163) circa 22 Sep 1682 at Henrico, Virginia.1304 He died before 1 Feb 1697 at Henrico, Virginia.1305
     A William Cox and a John Cox were claimed as headrights by Nathaniell Floyd in a patent for land in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. I do not know if this is the same or a different William Coxe, nor do I know whether or not the John Cox referred to is William Coxe's son.
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 75:
     "NATHANIELL FLOYD, 850 acs. Isle of Wight Co., [Virginia,] 20 Nov. 1637, [Patent Book No. 1, Part II,] p. 498. 600 acs. being a neck abouit 4 mi. up the maine Cr. running up the baye of Warwicksquike, the sd. neck lying bet. 2 creeks &c. 250 acs. up towards the head of the maine Cr. over small crks. or brookes. Trans of 17 pers: Christ. Denn, Robert Leaderd, Wm. Moyses, Ambrose Procter, Tho. Weare, Robt. Barton, Rober Joyce, Mathew Tomlin, Jon. Cox, Rich. Redock, David Hopkins, Flug Floyd, Wm. Cox, Katherin Folder, Rich. Carter, Jon. Gillett, Christ. Thomas.".1306 Patented 550 acres on the North Side of Harristocks (Arrowhattocks). The parcel was next to the land of Capt. Edloe.1307 Made a deed of gift to his son, William Cox.1308
     John Cox (3162) left a will on 19 Feb 1691 at Henrico, Virginia.1309 Gave his son, Bartholomew Cox, 100 acres of land.1310

     Children of John12 Cox (3162) include:
2688. JOHN12 MIXON I (1013) (Richard Maxen, #5376) was born at London, England. He died at Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia.
     John Mixon I came to America in about 1643 with Colonel Moore Fauntleroy of Southhampton County, England. He settled in Gloucester County Virginia (2). He married Ellen _____ and had a son, John (1). {#13}.
     Children of John12 Mixon I (1013) and Ellen (--?--) (1014) (see #2689) were:
2689. ELLEN12 (--?--) (1014) was born at London, England. She died at Abingdon Parish, Gloucester, Virginia.
Generation Thirteen
4176. THOMAS13 RATHBONE (1599) (William, #8352) was born before 28 Dec 1566 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He married Grace Coppowe (1600) (see #4177), daughter of John Coppowe (1601), on 13 Oct 1588 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He died on 7 Nov 1623 at Ditton, Lancashire, England.

     Children of Thomas13 Rathbone (1599) and Grace Coppowe (1600) (see #4177) all born at Ditton, Lancashire, England, were as follows:
4177. GRACE13 COPPOWE (1600) (John, #8354) was born before 4 Apr 1570 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. She married Thomas Rathbone (1599) (see #4176), son of William Rathbone (1607) and Ellen (--?--) (1608), on 13 Oct 1588 at Ditton, Lancashire, England.
4208. ROBERT13 BILL (633) (Thomas, #8416) was born at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. He married Mary (--?--) (634) (see #4209) after 1583. He died before 3 Jul 1610 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of Robert13 Bill (633) and Mary (--?--) (634) (see #4209) all born at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England, were as follows:
4209. MARY13 (--?--) (634) married Robert Bill (633) (see #4208), son of Thomas Bill (643) and Isabella (--?--) (644), after 1583. She died before 1 Apr 1611 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.
4210. SIMON13 TUTTLE (1413) (Richard Tuttle (Toothill), #8420) was born circa 1560 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He married Isabel Wells (1403) (see #4211), daughter of John Wells (1419), at England. He died on 15 Jun 1630 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.
     Simon Tuttle (1413) was buried on 26 Mar 1618.
     Children of Simon13 Tuttle (1413) and Isabel Wells (1403) (see #4211) were as follows:
4211. ISABEL13 WELLS (1403) (John, #8422) was born circa 1565 at Of Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. She married Simon Tuttle (1413) (see #4210), son of Richard Tuttle (Toothill) (1417) and Elizabeth (--?--) (1402), at England. She died circa 1635 at New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, OR At Sea.
4214. JOHN13 WARD (1451) (Hamon, #8428) was born in 1550 at Haverhill, Suffolk, England. He died before 31 Oct 1598 at Haverhill, Suffolk, England.

     Children of John13 Ward (1451) and Susan (--?--) (1426) (see #4215) were as follows:
4215. SUSAN13 (--?--) (1426) was born in 1555 at Redenhall, Norfolk, England. She married Richard Rogers (1427) on 16 Apr 1618. She died after 1639 at Wethersfield, Essex, England.
4224. GEORGE13 MOTT (3176)1328 died before 7 Feb 1614/15 at Saffron Walden, Essex, England.1329

     Children of George13 Mott (3176) include:
4248. THOMAS13 NORRINGTON (3221)1330 was born circa 1577 at Essex, England.1331 He died after 22 Mar 1611 at Theydon Mount, Essex, England.1332
     Thomas Norrington (3221) was a butcher at Theydon Mount, Essex, England.1333 Thomas Norrington was released from Colchester Castle Prison with no charge.1334 Thomas Norrington was assessed for taxes in Theydon Mount.1335 Thomas Norrington pleaded with Theydon Mount overseers to let him back into his house, from which he had been dispossessed, so the he could repair it.1336

     Children of Thomas13 Norrington (3221) include:
4432. THOMAS13 RATHBONE (1599) (William, #8352) was born before 28 Dec 1566 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He married Grace Coppowe (1600) (see #4177), daughter of John Coppowe (1601), on 13 Oct 1588 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. He died on 7 Nov 1623 at Ditton, Lancashire, England.

     Children of Thomas13 Rathbone (1599) and Grace Coppowe (1600) (see #4177) all born at Ditton, Lancashire, England, were as follows:
4433. GRACE13 COPPOWE (1600) (John, #8354) was born before 4 Apr 1570 at Ditton, Lancashire, England. She married Thomas Rathbone (1599) (see #4176), son of William Rathbone (1607) and Ellen (--?--) (1608), on 13 Oct 1588 at Ditton, Lancashire, England.
4464. ROBERT13 BILL (633) (Thomas, #8416) was born at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. He married Mary (--?--) (634) (see #4209) after 1583. He died before 3 Jul 1610 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of Robert13 Bill (633) and Mary (--?--) (634) (see #4209) all born at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England, were as follows:
4465. MARY13 (--?--) (634) married Robert Bill (633) (see #4208), son of Thomas Bill (643) and Isabella (--?--) (644), after 1583. She died before 1 Apr 1611 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.
4466. SIMON13 TUTTLE (1413) (Richard Tuttle (Toothill), #8420) was born circa 1560 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He married Isabel Wells (1403) (see #4211), daughter of John Wells (1419), at England. He died on 15 Jun 1630 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.
     Simon Tuttle (1413) was buried on 26 Mar 1618.
     Children of Simon13 Tuttle (1413) and Isabel Wells (1403) (see #4211) were as follows:
4467. ISABEL13 WELLS (1403) (John, #8422) was born circa 1565 at Of Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. She married Simon Tuttle (1413) (see #4210), son of Richard Tuttle (Toothill) (1417) and Elizabeth (--?--) (1402), at England. She died circa 1635 at New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, OR At Sea.
4470. JOHN13 WARD (1451) (Hamon, #8428) was born in 1550 at Haverhill, Suffolk, England. He died before 31 Oct 1598 at Haverhill, Suffolk, England.

     Children of John13 Ward (1451) and Susan (--?--) (1426) (see #4215) were as follows:
4471. SUSAN13 (--?--) (1426) was born in 1555 at Redenhall, Norfolk, England. She married Richard Rogers (1427) on 16 Apr 1618. She died after 1639 at Wethersfield, Essex, England.
4488. REV. JOHN13 PELL (3040) (John, #8976)1361 was born in 1585 at England.1362 He married Mary Holland (3041) (see #4489), daughter of George Holland (3042), at England.1363 He died in 1616 at Sussex, England.1364
     He was an incumbent of Southwick.1365

     Children of Rev. John13 Pell (3040) and Mary Holland (3041) (see #4489) were as follows:
4489. MARY13 HOLLAND (3041) (George, #8978)1378 married Rev. John Pell (3040) (see #4488), son of John Pell (3043) and Margaret Overend (3044), at England.1379 She died circa 1640 at England.1380
4490. HENRY13 REGINOLLES (3084).1381

     Children of Henry13 Reginolles (3084) include:
4492. THE REVEREND PHILIP13 PINCKNEY (3250) (William, #8984)1382 was born in 1584 at Rushall Manor, Rushall, Wiltshire, England.1383 He married Margaret Gough (3251) (see #4493) on 16 Oct 1610 at Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.1384 He died in 1653 at Wiltshire, England.1385
     The Reverend Philip Pinckney (3250) was educated on 27 Feb 1601 at Christ Church, Oxford University, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.1386
     The Reverend Philip Pinckney (3250) was educated on 17 Apr 1605 at Magdalen Hall, Oxford University, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.1387 He was ordained circa 1608.1388
     The Reverend Philip Pinckney (3250) was educated on 16 Apr 1608 at Magdalen Hall, Oxford University, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.1389
     The Reverend Philip Pinckney (3250) was a The Reverend Philip Pinckney was appointed "vicar of Dinton with Teffone Magna." between 15 Aug 1614 and May 1616 at Dinton, Wiltshire, England.1390
     The Reverend Philip Pinckney (3250) witnessed the History of an unknown person in 1642 at Dinton, Wiltshire, England.1391
     The Reverend Philip Pinckney (3250) was a He was appointed rector of Stanway, Essex by the Westminster assembly after having been driven from his office as vicar of Dinton by the forces of King Charles I circa 1645 at Stanway, Essex, England.1392
     The Reverend Philip Pinckney (3250) was a The Reverend Philip Pinckney served as minister in Bemerton and Fuglestone, apparently until his death after 1645 at Bemerton and Fuglestone, Wiltshire, England.1393

     Children of The Reverend Philip13 Pinckney (3250) and Margaret Gough (3251) (see #4493) were as follows:
4493. MARGARET13 GOUGH (3251)1432 is still living.
5240. WILLIAM13 COXE (3166)1433 was born circa 1598 at Hertfordshire, England.1434 He married Elizabeth (--?--) (3168).1435 He died before 14 Dec 1656.1436
     William Coxe arrived in James City, Virginia, on the Godspeed. Coxe traveled with the party of Thomas West, Third Lord De La Warr. Coxe may have been a relative of Elizabeth Coxe, daughter of Sir Henry Coxe of Broxburn, Hertfordshire. Elizabeth Coxe married Robert West, Lord De La Warr's brother.1437 In February 1624/5, William Coxe was listed in Thomas Bouldinge's company from "Elzabeth Cittie" in the muster of Virginia.
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 12:
     "WILLIAM COX, of Eliz. Citty, [Virginia,] Planter, 100 acs. within sd. precincts, abutting E. on land of Dictoris Christmas, Planter, extending towards ground now graunted to Christopher Calthropp, Gent., S. on the maine river &c. Lease, as above [for a period of 10 years]. 20 Sept. 1628, [Patent Book No. 1, Part I,] p. 89.".1438 From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 52:
     "WILLIAM COX, 150 acs. Henrico Co., [Virginia,] 29 Nov. 1636, [Patent Book No. 1, Part I,] p. 403. Aboute 2½ mi. above Harroe Attocks [Arrowhattocks], W. by N. upon the maine [James] river, Wly. upon the great swamp, Ely. into the woods & Sly. towards Harrow Attocks. Due for trans. of 3 pers: Thomas Braxton, Richard Bird, Richard Hewes.".1439 William Cox and his wife Elizabeth were claimed as headrights by Matthew Edloe in a patent for land in Henrico County, Virginia.
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 59:
     "MATHEW EDLOE, (Edlowe), son & heir to Matthew Edloe, late of Va., dec'd., 1200 acs. upon the N. side of James Riv. over against the Upper Chippokes Cr., S. W. upon the maine river & N. E. into the woods towards Danceing point. 12 July 1637, [Patent Book No. 1, Part I,] p. 435. Due in right of 24 servts. trans. at the costs of his father: Math. Edloe, Hugh Tydder, Wm. Deane, Edwd. Tompson, Wm. Cox, Eliz. Jax (Jux?). (Note: This may be intended for "ux" -- wife), Griff. Roberts, Fr. Roberts, Jon. Licheston, Peter Homes, Evans Kemp, Jon. Buxton, Tho. Crosby, Rand. Heyward, Hen. Croft, Tho. Morris, Tho. Rogers, Step. Pettis, Chri. Jones, Wm. Marsten, (or Marshen), Jon. Bethone, Tho. Martin, Jon. Seaton, Geo. Pricklove.1440 William Coxe was mentioned as a neighbor in a patent granting 100 acres to Alice Edloe.
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 61:
     "ALICE EDLOE, 100 acs. Henrico Co., [Virginia,] 14 July 1637, [Patent Book No. 1, Part I,] p. 441. Lying 2½ mi. above Harroe Attocks [Arrowhattocks] towards the falls on the same side of the [James] River in a Sw. betwixt land belonging to William Coxe & 350 acs. graunted to sd. Alice, bounded W. by S. upon the maine river, E. by N. into the maine woods through sd. Sw., beg. 12 ft. on that side of a Cr. towards land of sd. Coxe, running up the river & abutting her own land. Trans. of 2 pers: John Williams, William Attaway.".
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 74:
     "WILLIAM COX, 150 acs. Henrico Co., [Virginia,] 29 Oct 1637, [Patent Book No. 1, Part II,] p. 492. Abouit 2½ mi. above Harroe Attocks [Arrowhattocks], W. by N. upon the maine (James) river, Wly. upon the great Sw., Ely. into the woods & Sly. towards Harrow Attocks. Trans. of 3 persons."
     Both Hamlin 1971 and Adventurers of Purse and Person incorrectly lists the date as 29 Dec. 1637. Adventurers of Purse and Person says that Coxe's neighbors were Alice Edloe, her daughter, Hannah Boyse, and son, Matthew Edloe; and Robert Craddock.1441 A William Cox and a John Cox were claimed as headrights by Nathaniell Floyd in a patent for land in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. I do not know if this is the same or a different William Coxe, nor do I know whether or not the John Cox referred to is William Coxe's son.
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 75:
     "NATHANIELL FLOYD, 850 acs. Isle of Wight Co., [Virginia,] 20 Nov. 1637, [Patent Book No. 1, Part II,] p. 498. 600 acs. being a neck abouit 4 mi. up the maine Cr. running up the baye of Warwicksquike, the sd. neck lying bet. 2 creeks &c. 250 acs. up towards the head of the maine Cr. over small crks. or brookes. Trans of 17 pers: Christ. Denn, Robert Leaderd, Wm. Moyses, Ambrose Procter, Tho. Weare, Robt. Barton, Rober Joyce, Mathew Tomlin, Jon. Cox, Rich. Redock, David Hopkins, Flug Floyd, Wm. Cox, Katherin Folder, Rich. Carter, Jon. Gillett, Christ. Thomas.".1442 William Cox was mentioned as a neighbor in a patent granting 300 acres to Robert Cradock (Craddock).
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 84:
     "ROBERT CRADOCK (Craddock), 300 acs. Henrico Co., [Virginia,] 20 May 1638, [Patent Book No. 1, Part II,] p. 537. Nly. on a little Cr. towards Lilley Valley upon land of William Cox, & Isaac Hutchins & S. upon land of John Davis. Trans of 6 pers.".1443 William Coxe was mentioned as a neighbor in a patent for 300 acres granted to Thomas Ransha.
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 133:
     "THOMAS RANSHA, 300 acs. Warwick Co., Aug. 25, 1642, [Patent Book I, Part II,] p. 813. Being a neck of land called Harwoods Neck, butting upon the Deepe Cr., near land of William Coxe, to Stokes Cr. dividing this from land of Christopher Boyce. 150 acs. due by purchase of patent from John Garrett, & the other for trans. of 3 pers: Richard Puse, Georg Sutton, Michaell Slowly.".1444 William Cox and Isaac Hutchins bought 250 acres of land from Mathew Gough.
     A portion of William Coxe's land in Henrico County, Virginia, was transferred to Cornelius de Hull.
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, p. 138.
     CORNELIUS de HULL, Oct 31, 1642, [Patent Book No. 1, Part II,] p. 842. 502 acs. known as Lilley Valley, beg. next to Mrs. Edlos Swamp, near his own land & S. E. upon John Davis. S. W. to the [James] river, ending neare a place called the Seaven -----. 250 acs. of this land was granted to William Cox in 1637. Trans of 10 pers: Thomas Blackston, Richard Bird, Richard Hewes, James Dupen, Mary Howtree, Jon. Dodd, Robert Hayes, Samll. Waterhowse, Walter Jones, Wm. Thomas.
     The orphans of William Coxe are mentioned as neighbors in a patent for 126 acs. granted to Peter Lee.
     From Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume I, page 334:
     "PETER LEE, 126 acs. Henrico Co., known by the name of Worricke, 14 Dec. 1656, [Patent Book No. 4,] p. 44, (67). Beg. at a small run & a place called London Bridge which divides it from land belonging to the orphans of William Cox, S. E. on the main [James] river & N. E. on Isack Hutchings. Trans of 3 pers.".1445

     Children of William13 Coxe (3166) include:
5376. RICHARD13 MAXEN (1011) was born at London, England. He died in 1682 at London, England.
     Richard Maxen was a wood monger and spectacle maker in London. In his will in 1682, he named his wife, Elizabeth, and son, John (1). {#13}.
     Children of Richard13 Maxen (1011) and Elizabeth (--?--) (1012) (see #5377) were:
5377. ELIZABETH13 (--?--) (1012) was born at London, England. She died at London, England.
Generation Fourteen
8352. WILLIAM14 RATHBONE (1607) was born before 1538 at Of Ditton, Lancashire, England. He married Ellen (--?--) (1608) (see #8353) circa 1560 at Probably Ditton, Lancashire, England. He died before 8 Jun 1587 at Ditton, Lancashire, England.

     Children of William14 Rathbone (1607) and Ellen (--?--) (1608) (see #8353) all born at Ditton, Lancashire, England, were as follows:
8353. ELLEN14 (--?--) (1608) was born at Of Ditton, Lancashire, England. She married William Rathbone (1607) (see #8352) circa 1560 at Probably Ditton, Lancashire, England. She died before 30 Nov 1587 at Probably Ditton, Lancashire, England.
8354. JOHN14 COPPOWE (1601) was born at Of Ditton, Lancashire, England. He died at Possibly Ditton, Lancashire, England.

     Children of John14 Coppowe (1601) include:
8416. THOMAS14 BILL (643) (John, #16832) was born in May 1527 at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. He married Isabella (--?--) (644) (see #8417) on 24 Nov 1559 at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. He died before 10 Mar 1583/84 at Raunds, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of Thomas14 Bill (643) and Isabella (--?--) (644) (see #8417) all born at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England, were as follows:
8417. ISABELLA14 (--?--) (644) married Thomas Bill (643) (see #8416), son of John Bill (669), on 24 Nov 1559 at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. She died at Raunds, Northamptonshire, England.
8420. RICHARD14 TUTTLE (TOOTHILL) (1417) (Thomas Totehyll, #16840) was born circa 1530 at Northamptonshire, England. He died before 11 Mar 1589/90 at Northamptonshire, England.
     Richard Tuttle (Toothill) (1417) was buried on 15 Jun 1630.
     Children of Richard14 Tuttle (Toothill) (1417) and Elizabeth (--?--) (1402) (see #8421) were as follows:
8421. ELIZABETH14 (--?--) (1402) was born in 1526 at Of Woodford, Northamptonshire, England.
8422. JOHN14 WELLS (1419) was born in 1537 at Of Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He died before 25 Mar 1618 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of John14 Wells (1419) include:
8428. HAMON14 WARD (1429) ((?), #16856) was born at Of Letheringsedge, Norfolke, England. He died at Of Rivenall, Essex, England.

     Children of Hamon14 Ward (1429) and Mary Calthrop (1452) (see #8429) were:
8429. MARY14 CALTHROP (1452) (James, #16858) was born at England. She died at Possibly Rivenall, Essex, England.
8864. WILLIAM14 RATHBONE (1607) was born before 1538 at Of Ditton, Lancashire, England. He married Ellen (--?--) (1608) (see #8353) circa 1560 at Probably Ditton, Lancashire, England. He died before 8 Jun 1587 at Ditton, Lancashire, England.

     Children of William14 Rathbone (1607) and Ellen (--?--) (1608) (see #8353) all born at Ditton, Lancashire, England, were as follows:
8865. ELLEN14 (--?--) (1608) was born at Of Ditton, Lancashire, England. She married William Rathbone (1607) (see #8352) circa 1560 at Probably Ditton, Lancashire, England. She died before 30 Nov 1587 at Probably Ditton, Lancashire, England.
8866. JOHN14 COPPOWE (1601) was born at Of Ditton, Lancashire, England. He died at Possibly Ditton, Lancashire, England.

     Children of John14 Coppowe (1601) include:
8928. THOMAS14 BILL (643) (John, #16832) was born in May 1527 at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. He married Isabella (--?--) (644) (see #8417) on 24 Nov 1559 at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. He died before 10 Mar 1583/84 at Raunds, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of Thomas14 Bill (643) and Isabella (--?--) (644) (see #8417) all born at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England, were as follows:
8929. ISABELLA14 (--?--) (644) married Thomas Bill (643) (see #8416), son of John Bill (669), on 24 Nov 1559 at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. She died at Raunds, Northamptonshire, England.
8932. RICHARD14 TUTTLE (TOOTHILL) (1417) (Thomas Totehyll, #16840) was born circa 1530 at Northamptonshire, England. He died before 11 Mar 1589/90 at Northamptonshire, England.
     Richard Tuttle (Toothill) (1417) was buried on 15 Jun 1630.
     Children of Richard14 Tuttle (Toothill) (1417) and Elizabeth (--?--) (1402) (see #8421) were as follows:
8933. ELIZABETH14 (--?--) (1402) was born in 1526 at Of Woodford, Northamptonshire, England.
8934. JOHN14 WELLS (1419) was born in 1537 at Of Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England. He died before 25 Mar 1618 at Ringstead, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of John14 Wells (1419) include:
8940. HAMON14 WARD (1429) ((?), #16856) was born at Of Letheringsedge, Norfolke, England. He died at Of Rivenall, Essex, England.

     Children of Hamon14 Ward (1429) and Mary Calthrop (1452) (see #8429) were:
8941. MARY14 CALTHROP (1452) (James, #16858) was born at England. She died at Possibly Rivenall, Essex, England.
8976. JOHN14 PELL (3043) (John, #17952)1449 was born in 1526 at England.1450 He married Margaret Overend (3044) (see #8977), daughter of William Overend (3045).1451 He died in 1607 at England.1452 He died before 1 Mar 1607 at Norwalk, England.1453
     John Pell (3043) was buried in 1607 at St. Nicholas Church, Dersingham, Norwalk, England.1454
     He was "Premier magistrate of Lynn Regis.".1455 He was a land owner and shipper.1456 He represented Lynn in Parliament.1457
     John Pell (3043) left a will on 15 Jan 1607 at Norwalk, England.1458

     Children of John14 Pell (3043) and Margaret Overend (3044) (see #8977) were as follows:
8977. MARGARET14 OVEREND (3044) (William, #17954)1476 married John Pell (3043) (see #8976), son of John Pell (3058) and Margaret Cletheroe (3059).1477
8978. GEORGE14 HOLLAND (3042).1478

     Children of George14 Holland (3042) include:
8984. WILLIAM14 PINCKNEY (3267) (William, #17968)1479 was born circa 1541 at Rushall, Wiltshire, England.1480 He married Anne Webb (3268) (see #8985), daughter of Anthony Webb (3269), circa 1565 at Wiltshire, England.1481 He died in 1594 at Rushall, Wiltshire, England.1482
     William Pinckney (3267) left a will on 15 Sep 1593 at Rushall, Wiltshire, England.1483

     Children of William14 Pinckney (3267) and Anne Webb (3268) (see #8985) were as follows:
8985. ANNE14 WEBB (3268) (Anthony, #17970)1505 is still living.
Generation Fifteen
16832. JOHN15 BILL (669) was born circa 1500 at Of Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. He died circa 1540 at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of John15 Bill (669) all born Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England include:
16840. THOMAS15 TOTEHYLL (1418) was born circa 1506 at England. He died at Woodford, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of Thomas15 Totehyll (1418) and Elizabeth (--?--) (1401) (see #16841) were:
16841. ELIZABETH15 (--?--) (1401) was born circa 1526 at Of Woodford, Northamptonshire, England.
16856. (--?--)15 WARD (1935) (Robert, #33712) was born at Of Redenhall, Norfolk, England. He died at Probably Redenhall, Norfolk, England.

     Children of (--?--)15 Ward (1935) and (--?--) Claxton (1936) (see #16857) were:
16857. (--?--)15 CLAXTON (1936) was born at England. She died at England.
16858. SIR JAMES15 CALTHROP (1934) was born at England. He died at England.

     Children of Sir James15 Calthrop (1934) include:
17856. JOHN15 BILL (669) was born circa 1500 at Of Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England. He died circa 1540 at Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of John15 Bill (669) all born Titchmarsh, Northamptonshire, England include:
17864. THOMAS15 TOTEHYLL (1418) was born circa 1506 at England. He died at Woodford, Northamptonshire, England.

     Children of Thomas15 Totehyll (1418) and Elizabeth (--?--) (1401) (see #16841) were:
17865. ELIZABETH15 (--?--) (1401) was born circa 1526 at Of Woodford, Northamptonshire, England.
17880. (--?--)15 WARD (1935) (Robert, #33712) was born at Of Redenhall, Norfolk, England. He died at Probably Redenhall, Norfolk, England.

     Children of (--?--)15 Ward (1935) and (--?--) Claxton (1936) (see #16857) were:
17881. (--?--)15 CLAXTON (1936) was born at England. She died at England.
17882. SIR JAMES15 CALTHROP (1934) was born at England. He died at England.

     Children of Sir James15 Calthrop (1934) include:
17952. JOHN15 PELL (3058) (John, #35904)1506 married Margaret Cletheroe (3059) (see #17953).1507 He died on 4 Apr 1956 at England.1508
     John Pell (3058) was a He was a shipping merchant.1509

     Children of John15 Pell (3058) and Margaret Cletheroe (3059) (see #17953) were:
17953. MARGARET15 CLETHEROE (3059)1510 married John Pell (3058) (see #17952), son of John Pell (3060) and Elizabeth (--?--) (3061).1511
     She was heiress of Kind's Lynn.1512
17954. WILLIAM15 OVEREND (3045).1513

     Children of William15 Overend (3045) include:
17968. WILLIAM15 PINCKNEY (3289) (Henry, #35936)1514 was born circa 1520 at Rushall, Wiltshire, England.1515 He married Agnes (--?--) (3299).1516 He married (--?--) Page (3290) (see #17969) circa 1540 at Rushall, Wiltshire, England.1517 He died before Dec 1591 at Rushall, Wiltshire, England.1518

     Children of William15 Pinckney (3289) and (--?--) Page (3290) (see #17969) all born at Rushall, Wiltshire, England, were as follows:
17969. (--?--)15 PAGE (3290)1530 is still living.
17970. ANTHONY15 WEBB (3269)1531 is still living.

     Children of Anthony15 Webb (3269) include:
Generation Sixteen
33712. ROBERT16 WARD (1937) (John, #67424) was born at Of Redenhall, Norfolk, England. He died at Redenhall, Norfolk, England.

     Children of Robert16 Ward (1937) and (--?--) Warren (1938) (see #33713) were:
33713. (--?--)16 WARREN (1938) was born at England. She died at England.
35760. ROBERT16 WARD (1937) (John, #67424) was born at Of Redenhall, Norfolk, England. He died at Redenhall, Norfolk, England.

     Children of Robert16 Ward (1937) and (--?--) Warren (1938) (see #33713) were:
35761. (--?--)16 WARREN (1938) was born at England. She died at England.
35904. JOHN16 PELL (3060) ((?) Pelle, #71808)1533 married Elizabeth (--?--) (3061) (see #35905).1534
     John Pell (3060) left a will on 27 Mar 1530 at England.1535

     Children of John16 Pell (3060) and Elizabeth (--?--) (3061) (see #35905) were as follows:
35905. ELIZABETH16 (--?--) (3061)1544 married John Pell (3060) (see #35904), son of (--?--) Pelle (3075).1545
35936. HENRY16 PINCKNEY (3302) (Thomas Pynkeney, #71872)1546 was born circa 1480 at Upavon, Wiltshire, England.1547 He died after 1611 at Rushall, Wiltshire, England.1548

     Children of Henry16 Pinckney (3302) both born Rushall, Wiltshire, England include:
Generation Seventeen
67424. JOHN17 WARD (1939) was born at Of Redenhall & Alborow, Norfolk, England. He died at Norfolk, England.

     Children of John17 Ward (1939) and (--?--) Spooner (1940) (see #67425) were:
67425. (--?--)17 SPOONER (1940) was born at Of Norfolk, England. She died at Norfolk, England.
71520. JOHN17 WARD (1939) was born at Of Redenhall & Alborow, Norfolk, England. He died at Norfolk, England.

     Children of John17 Ward (1939) and (--?--) Spooner (1940) (see #67425) were:
71521. (--?--)17 SPOONER (1940) was born at Of Norfolk, England. She died at Norfolk, England.
71808. (--?--)17 PELLE (3075).1552

     Children of (--?--)17 Pelle (3075) include:
71872. THOMAS17 PYNKENEY (3304) (John Pynkeneye, #143744)1554 was born circa 1440 at Bechenstoke, Wiltshire, England.1555 He died between 6 Sep 1504 and 9 Nov 1504 at Upavon, Wiltshire, England.1556
     Thomas Pynkeney leased Uphaven [sic] from the Duchy of Lancaster.1557
     Thomas Pynkeney (3304) left a will on 6 Sep 1504 at Upavon, Wiltshire, England.1558

     Children of Thomas17 Pynkeney (3304) include:
Generation Eighteen
143744. JOHN18 PYNKENEYE (3306) (William, #287488)1562 was born circa 1405 at Wiltshire, England. He died after 1455 at Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.1563

     Children of John18 Pynkeneye (3306) include:
Generation Nineteen
287488. WILLIAM19 PYNKENEYE (3307) ((?), #574976)1564 was born circa 1370 at Wiltshire, England.

     Children of William19 Pynkeneye (3307) include:
Generation Twenty
574976. (--?--)20 PYNKENEYE (3309) (William, #1149952)1565 was born circa 1335 at Wiltshire, England.1566

     Children of (--?--)20 Pynkeneye (3309) include:
Generation Twenty-One
1149952. WILLIAM21 PYNKENEYE (3308) (Richard Pinkene, #2299904)1567 was born circa 1300 at Wiltshire, England.1568
     William Pynkeneye (3308) witnessed the History of an unknown person on 4 Mar 1325 at Wiltshire, England.1569
     William Pynkeneye (3308) witnessed the History of an unknown person in 1331 at Wiltshire, England.1570

     Children of William21 Pynkeneye (3308) include:
Generation Twenty-Two
2299904. RICHARD22 PINKENE (3310) (Richard, #4599808)1571 was born circa 1265 at Wiltshire, England.1572

     Children of Richard22 Pinkene (3310) include:
Generation Twenty-Three
4599808. RICHARD23 PINKENE (3311) ((?) de Pinkeny, #9199616)1573 was born circa 1230 at Swanborough Hundred, Wiltshire, England.1574
     Richard Pinkene (3311) witnessed the History of an unknown person circa 1280 at Yppesden, Oxfordshire, England.1575

     Children of Richard23 Pinkene (3311) include:
Generation Twenty-Four
9199616. (--?--)24 DE PINKENY (3312) (Ralph, #18399232)1576 was born circa 1195 at Wiltshire, England.1577

     Children of (--?--)24 de Pinkeny (3312) include:
Generation Twenty-Five
18399232. RALPH25 DE PINKENY (3313)1578 was born circa 1160 at Wiltshire, England.1579
     Ralph de Pinkeny (3313) witnessed the History of an unknown person circa 1194 at Somerford, Wiltshire, England.1580

     Children of Ralph25 de Pinkeny (3313) include:

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